Participate in GBA’s Hospital Survey to Receive Free Benchmarking Data

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Since its inception in 1995, GBA’s Hospital Energy and Water Benchmarking Survey has helped hospitals benchmark their energy and cost performance against other similar facilities, in an anonymous format. Participants are provided with graphical and numerical comparisons that make it easy to benchmark your facility against all the other hospitals in the survey.

GBA’s survey provides some key data not available from other tools: namely, comparisons for energy cost ($/sf) and unit costs ($kWh and $/therm), as well as water usage and cost (gal/sf and $/kgal).

Survey results are provided free of charge to aid the healthcare sector in tracking the progress of energy management and sustainability programs. We are currently doing our final solicitation of data for our 2023 survey, reporting data from calendar year 2022. The data collected for both 2021 and 2022 will be released in a combined report during spring 2024.

If you would like to participate, please complete the confidential short form. Fill it out with CY2022 data, and return it to us by February 29, 2024.

If you have questions about submitting the form, contact us at: EnergySurvey@grummanbutkus.com.

Check out all the reports from the 2021 survey (2020 data) by visiting: grummanbutkus.com/hospital-energy-water-survey

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