St James’s Hospital Dublin

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BUSINESS 06122020 NO FEE FOR REPRODUCTION St James’s Hospital has signed a new Energy Performance Contract (EPC) with Veolia in partnership with the Carbon and Energy Fund Ireland (CEFI). Under the EPC agreement, Veolia will install and operate energy efficient equipment in the hospital. The 20-year contract to operate and maintain the equipment was awarded to Veolia after a competitive public tendering process and the EPC implementation is the largest of its kind in Irish healthcare to date. Announcing details of the contract were Vincent Callan, Director of Facilities at St James’s Hospital; John Lambe, Business Development Manager at Veolia; Kyle Wylie, Engineering Manager at St. James's Hospital; and Edel Wyse, Director of Operations at the Carbon and Energy Fund Ireland (front) Photo Chris Bellew /Fennell Photography 2020

St James’s Hospital in Dublin has signed a new energy performance contract (EPC) with Veolia in partnership with the Carbon and Energy Fund Ireland (CEFI). The 20-year contract to operate and maintain energy efficient equipment was awarded to Veolia after a competitive public tendering process and the EPC implementation is the largest of its kind in Irish healthcare to date.

Pictured L-R are: Mr Vincent Callan, Director of Facilities at St James’s Hospital; Mr John Lambe, Business Development Manager at Veolia; Mr Kyle Wylie, Engineering Manager at St James’s Hospital; and Ms Edel Wyse, Director of Operations at CEFI

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