GE Healthcare

Customer Profile

GE Healthcare is an American multinational corporation. Their broad expertise in medical imaging and information technologies, medical diagnostics, patient monitoring systems, drug discovery, bio pharmaceutical manufacturing technologies, performance improvement and performance solutions services help our customers to deliver better care to more people around the world at a lower cost. In addition, we partner with healthcare leaders, striving to leverage the global policy change necessary to implement a successful shift to sustainable healthcare systems.

Market
Worldwide
Square Footage
12,000 square ft (Phase 1)
7,000   square ft (Phase 2)
Industry
Healthcare equipment and services
Space Types
Office, Open Plan Area, Breakout, Meeting Rooms
Challenges
Sustainability Targets, Cost Effective, Complete Lighting Controls

CHALLENGE

GE Healthcare, like most progressive companies, has a corporate philosophy that encourages its locations to look for ways to reduce energy and water consumption to lower its environmental footprint and operating and maintenance costs. When it comes to energy consumption, lighting is an excellent place to capture immediate savings.

SOLUTION

More than 222 fixtures were updated with Led Energy Efficient fixtures with dimmable drivers. We created zones and policies that work with the office layout and time zone. The sensors provided daylight harvesting options and temperature controls, giving facility managers the ability to program and customize very specific lighting levels for employees at desks, offices and labs throughout the building.

Along with the flexible programming settings, the software includes an energy manager, giving GE Healthcare the ability to generate energy savings and consumption reports and have complete control of each and all light fixtures.

RESULTS

The Enlighted lighting control system reduces GE Healthcare lighting costs by approximately 34% on weekdays and more than 90 percent on weekends. In addition to the cost savings realized in energy efficiency, GE Healthcare expects maintenance costs to drop by approximately 25 percent.

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