The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Climate Change and Health Equity today released a resource to help the health sector find grants, loan programs and tax credits to invest in renewable energy and build resilient infrastructure. The office also announced new guidance to help health care organizations use the Environmental Protection Agency’s free ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager to track their building-related energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. For more on these and other OCCHE resources, visit the Health Sector Resource Hub

The AHA’s American Society for Health Care Engineering also offers the Energy to Care Program to help health care facilities track, manage and communicate energy savings. LEARN MORE

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