Lighting, Electricity & On-site Power Generation
Dear University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust,
I would be grateful if you would provide the following information under the FOI Act.
1. What type of lighting specifically (incandescent, fluorescent, halogen, LED or mixture) does the Trust use in the following areas?
c. Other Sites
2. For each Hospital in the Trust, what was the annual electricity energy consumption (in both kWh and £) for the last three years?
3. For each Hospital in the Trust, are solar photovoltaic (PV) panels installed?
4. For each Hospital in the Trust, what Building Management System (BMS) is in use?
5. Is there a hard services external Facilities Management company under Contract with the Trust and who is it?
6. The number of patient beds in each of the hospitals in the Trust, figures for the last three years please?
7. Please provide a copy of your Green Plan.
8. Name, position, email address and contact number of the member of staff responsible for reducing the carbon emissions within the Trust as part of the overall strategy of the NHS to reach Net-Zero?
Many thanks, and yours faithfully,
Dear David Stretch
I am writing to acknowledge receipt of your email dated 8th February 2022 requesting information under the Freedom of Information Act (2000) regarding Lighting, Electricity & On-site Power Generation.
Your reference number is 567-2122 please quote this number on any correspondence.
The University Hospitals of North Midlands Trust is committed to the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
However, the NHS is facing unprecedented challenges relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic at the current time. Understandably, our resources have been diverted to support our front-line colleagues who are working tremendously hard to provide care for our patients, and to those in need of our services.
We strive to be transparent and to work with an open culture. But at this time, whilst care of our patients and the safety of our staff takes precedent, it is likely that responses to some requests for information will be delayed. We apologise for this position in advance, and will endeavour to provide you with as much information as we can, as soon as we are able.
The Information Commissioners Office has recognised the current situation in the NHS.
The FOI Act sets out a twenty working day timescale for requests to be completed by. We will always try to complete your request within this timeframe. We will let you know whether the Trust holds the information you have requested, and we will contact you as soon as possible if we are delayed in our response for some reason. If we require further information from you or we need you to further explain your request before we can continue to process it we will also contact you.
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University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
Dear Mr Stretch
Please find the response to your FOI request attached
University Hospitals of North Midlands
Many thanks for your response.
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