Workshop: Energy efficiency in hospital kitchens
This workshop has been cancelled. Information about a new date will come.
In collaboration with BELOK, NCSH partnering in a workshop on the topic of energy efficient solutions for large-scale kitchens in healthcare facilities. This work shop will be an opportunity for suppliers to present their energy efficient solutions. NCSH's partnering in this workshop is part of the project Platform for Internationalisation: Energy and Climate Smart Healthcare, which is financed by the Swedish Energy Agency.
The workshop is focused on a real case, namely the central kitchen of Blekingesjukhuset, a hospital located in Karlskrona. The central kitchen, which consists of a production kitchen and a restaurant, is planned to be completely renovated in the years 2020-2022. Today, the kitchen produces around 1000 cooked portions per day, of which around 300 are served as lunch in the restaurant and the remaining are delivered as patientmeals in the care units.
The workshop is held during two days with different themes relating to sustainable solutions in hospital kitchens. The three themes are: kitchens appliances, ventilation and recycling residual heat. Every theme includes the following:
Systemperspective as a sum of all systems and products - presentation by RISE.
The demand and interest of the procurer - presentation from Karlskrona and others.
What does the supplier offer - presentations by different suppliers.
Questions and summarising the workshop - all participants.
Date: 23-24 October. It is possible to join both days, or just selected parts. It is also possible to join via Skype.
Location: Karlskrona, Sweden.
Last day for registration: 16 October.
A full agenda can be found here.
Register for the workshop here.
For any further questions regarding the workshop, please contact:
Felicia Matz Wennerhed