As part of its commitment to tackling climate change, the NHS has set ambitious targets for reaching net zero from its directly controlled emissions by 2040 and the emissions it can influence by 2045. In doing so, it aims to become the world’s first net zero national health service. Reducing carbon emissions from hot water generation is one of the areas identified for achieving this target.
In this guide, we summarise the net zero targets set across the nations and the particular requirements for hot water in hospitals and healthcare buildings. We talk about the challenges faced with delivering reliable hot eater with reduced emissions and the opportunities for improving the energy efficiency of hot water systems across the NHS to drive down its carbon footprint.
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