PSEG Hospital Energy Efficiency Program

CHA is providing Commissioning (Cx) and Continuous Commissioning (CCx) services for PSEG’s $129 million Hospital Energy Efficiency Program. PSE&G’s program helps hospitals reduce the fiscal burden associated with making capital improvements that can reduce energy costs. The utility provides hospitals with a free investment grade audit then proposes cost-effective energy conservation measures that will make a substantial impact on the hospital’s energy efficiency and utility costs.

As PSEG’s sole Commissioning Agent for the program, CHA works with selected design engineering firms to develop Cx and CCx plans early in the design phase that ensure savings are achieved from recommended measures. During construction, CHA monitors compliance with the basis of design and commissioning plan. Following construction, CHA performs regular follow-up visits and uses the hospital’s building management system to verify equipment performance parameters are being met. Project include the following: 

  • Morristown Medical Center: Steam Trap Replacement | Air Handling Unit Upgrades
  • Hackensack University Medical Center: Connect Mediplex Building to Central CHW Plant | Steam Trap Replacement | Replace Economizer on Main Plant Boiler #5
  • Valley Hospital: Replace Inlet Guide Vanes w/ VFD Control | Steam Trap Replacement | Static Pressure Reset on VAVs
  • RWJ Somerset: Replace Steam Traps | Chilled Water Plant Upgrades (Controls) | Fan Coil EC Motors | Variable Frequency Drives and Motor Upgrades for Pumps
Project Services:
  • Commissioning (Cx)
  • Continuous Commissioning (CCx)