Table of content 13 chapters

Editorial

Nearly Zero Energy Hospital Buildings

Hans Besselink
Page 05

Roadmap to nZEB Hospital – a Case Study: VUmc Policlinic

Riccardo Capperucci, Wim Maassen and Wim Zeiler
Pages 07- 12

Pareto analysis: a first step towards nZEB Hospitals

Ilse Schoenmakers and Wim Zeiler
Pages 13- 16

Hospitals wards in low energy buildings: Paying heed to patient thermal comfort

Mike van Osta, Asit Mishra, Marcel Loomans, Helianthe Kort and Wim Maassen
Pages 17- 23

Targeting Nearly-Zero Exergy Hospital Buildings (nZEXHB): a new performance metric and a case study

Birol Kilkis
Pages 25- 30

How U.S. hospitals can realize net-zero energy

Heather Burpee
Pages 31- 35

The hope and possibility of net-zero hospitals in the US regulatory context

Travis R. English
Pages 37- 41

Getting to zero – Managing the impacts of waste

Walt Vernon
Pages 42- 46

Towards net-zero hospitals in the UK

Frank Mills
Pages 47- 51

Airflow dynamics of a patient room

Kishor Khankari
Pages 52- 58

Predicting energy savings for energy performance contracting – the impact of the energy performance gapPredicting energy savings for energy performance contracting – the impact of the energy performance gap

Dave Baas, Rik Maaijen, Wim Maassen and Wim Zeiler
Pages 59- 62

Experimental study of the effect of operation lamps on downward airflow distribution in an operating theatre in St. Olavs Hospital in Norway

Amar Aganovic, Guangyu Cao, Liv-Inger Stenstad, Jan Gunnar Skogås and Hans Martin Mathisen
Pages 63- 67

Lower energy consumption requires lower air pressure

Göran Hultmark and Jesper Laursen
Pages 68- 70

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