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Healthcare is one of the most energy-intensive industries in the U.S. on a per-square-foot-basis; it is also one of the fastest growing. Healthcare used to be synonymous with hospitals, but today it includes so much more: urgent care facilities, nursing homes, healthcare associations, healthcare distribution companies, pharmaceutical manufacturers, life science facilities – biotech, biomedical, nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals – research laboratories, veterinary hospitals, and their owners, including private-equity firms.

The combination of healthcare’s high energy-use intensity and high stakes (lives literally depend on it) makes it unique among all energy users and requires more expertise to procure energy correctly than in other markets. That’s in part because healthcare facilities often have on-site generation capabilities, from back-up generators all the way to their own power plants (which require natural gas to run), and because of that have options when purchasing energy that they may not even be aware of.

These options can deliver massive savings, reduce risk, and even drive revenue, all of which can be used to fund sustainability investments and advance ESG goals. But you need the right partner. That partner is Transparent Energy.