Senior housing facilities face high energy costs due to continuous operations and demand for resident comfort. Savings from energy and sustainability initiatives fall directly to the bottom line, but must be carefully executed to avoid sacrificing comfort or care.
An efficient building can save costs while strengthening the community’s image. Operators and residents can benefit from lower operating expenses and improved environmental quality, respectively.
Further, in many markets there are financial incentives available to offset the initial cost of retrofitting senior housing communities and boost returns.
The timing is ideal to take action:
- Lower operating costs
- Increase resident comfort
- Capture time-sensitive incentives
Typical Energy Consumption
- Comprehensive energy efficiency measures in a master-metered community can enhance asset value
- A broad range of financial incentives may offset initial costs and improve financial returns