CASE STUDY

Warrington Hospital | Energy Centre

Avrenim were commissioned by NHS Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals to undertake a detailed energy and performance assessment of the Combined Heat & Power (CHP) plant at the Warrington Hospital as part of their ongoing energy review Approach.

AES firstly engaged with our client to fully understand the scope of works, desired output and timelines before mobilising our specialist energy consultants. AES then instigated a number of site visits to familiarise ourselves with the CHP plant and steam distribution system, engage with the local operator and estate energy manager before gathering a large amount of energy and operational data required to undertake a desktop analysis. 

AES further took the opportunity to undertake an early-stage review of opportunities for improvement of efficiencies and methodologies in the Energy Centre’s operation.

Conclusion 

In our professional capacity, we engaged with all key stakeholders, completed a feasibility and engineering study, undertook an energy and operational analysis and produced a detailed report to stimulate discussions on the energy services contract, operational, technical and commercial performance, compliance, costs, whilst further outlining a number of considerations that would support the  future proofing of our clients energy strategy.

CLIENT

NHS Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals

PLACE

Warrington Hospital

TYPE OF WORK

Energy and Performance Assessment

BUDGET

£0 000

DURATION

0 weeks

We commissioned Avrenim Energy Services to undertake a technical, operational, commercial and energy assessment of our combined heat & power plant operations at Warrington Hospital.

We were very pleased by their methodical approach, knowledge of our energy systems and detail included within their report. We would not hesitate in commissioning them again as consultants, engineers, project delivery and/or service partners.

Robert Lamb

Head Of Estates Management, Warrington Hospital