Imelda Hospital Bonheiden

Imelda Hospital Bonheiden

The Imelda Hospital in Bonheiden has become a bit greener since June 2019, when a PV installation of 1137 solar panels (renewable energy) was installed. It generates green electricity that is used for the hospital's cooling systems and scanning devices.

In addition to the existing cogeneration (installed in 2014), 1137 new solar panels and 7 inverters were installed on the roofs of the various hospital buildings by BEE last year. With a total capacity of 358 kWp, Imelda is thus providing approximately 3.5% of its own energy needs, which, in addition to the 18% from cogeneration, means that over 20% of its energy needs are met. The production of the PV plant corresponds to the consumption of about 100 households.

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