Healthcare Campus Decarbonization
New York State is embarking on an ambitious plan to eliminate statewide carbon emissions by 2050. This will require developing alternative to fossil fuels and eliminating fossil fueled electric generation. At the same time, electric loads will be increasing significantly as vehicles and heating systems electrify. The concurrent changes will pose significant challenge the reliability of utility systems. Reliable access to utilities is of utmost importance to a Hospitals ability to continue to function. This presentation will discuss the challenges and opportunities related to decarbonization of the healthcare sector.
Dan Mastin is the Energy and Commissioning Program Manager for New York Presbyterian Hospitals. He is responsible for procuring energy for the Hospital as well as developing strategies and projects for reducing consumption. He is a Certified Energy Manager. Prior to joining New York Presbyterian, he worked as a consultant supporting one of the largest public university systems in the country. Providing energy audits, retro-commissioning, new system commissioning, and operations and maintenance assessments.