World's Greenest Hospital LIVE
Look no further: Grønnköpingkið – the world’s greenest hospital – is the opposite to reinventing the wheel!
The digital hospital showcases sustainable products and services that are ready to be installed and used in your hospital, today. Participate in this webinar to hear about these healthcare solutions from the Nordics, and how to access them.
Presentations of solutions already in the hospital by Avidicare, E.ON ectogrid™, Secapp, Medclair, Ecophon and FLOOW2. We are also joined by Region Skåne: Skåne University Hospital, who will talk about a Swedish hospital case and the opportunities, as well as the challenges, of accessing green solutions.
Do you want to showcase your product? Get in touch with us!
Date: 28 February 2023
Time: 14.00–16.10 CET
Location: (Hybrid) Zoom or on-site at our Malmö office (Södra Promenaden 51). Do you wish to participate on-site? Send an email to Felicia Hedetoft (
14.00–14.10 Welcome: What is the world's greenest hospital? ǀ Felicia Hedetoft, NCSH
14.10–14.25 Challenges and opportunities when planning for sustainable hospitals and healthcare ǀ Lotta Nilbecker and My Björk, Region Skåne
14.25–14.40 Opragon – A superior healthcare ventilation system ǀ Peter Höjerback, Avidicare
14.40–14.55 E.ON ectogrid™ – A smart decentralized energy system for heating and cooling, sharing and reusing energy ǀ Mats Carselid, E.ON ectogrid™
14.55–15.10 Ecophon Hygiene™ sound absorbing ceilings and wall panels ǀ Maria Quinn and Douglas MacCutcheon, Ecophon
15.10–15.25 Safe and sustainable nitrous oxide solutions ǀ Jannik Jensen, Medclair
15.25–15.40 Secapp: A cloud-based incident communication & alerting platform, capturing your attention when needed ǀ Nils Nyberg, Secapp
15.40–15.55 Sharing marketplaces – Creating transparency on already available resources, increasing efficiency and preventing wastage ǀ Lieke van Kerkhoven, FLOOW2
16.10–16.30 Post-webinar extended discussion, mingle at physical venue
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