Evangelisches Krankenhaus Mettmann GmbH (EVK) was founded in 1877 and has been pursuing its traditional diaconal objectives ever since. In 2011, the hospital was expanded to a total capacity of approximately 300 beds. Zielsetzungen. 2011 erfolgte eine Erweiterung des Krankenhauses auf eine Kapazität von insgesamt ca. 300 Betten.
After increasing the capacity to approx. 300 beds, the energy supply also had to be expanded. In addition to quality vis-à-vis patients, the facility attached great importance to innovative and sustainable concepts that would serve the hospital's operations. GETEC, as a long-standing energy supplier, was once again called upon and was awarded the contract to implement the new heating and electricity concept for the property and adapt it to the new framework conditions.
The energy supply was to be expanded and savings generated at the same time. In addition, the heat supply, which was partly based on fuel oil, was to be based on a more environmentally friendly solution.
GETEC built a CHP unit on the grounds of Mettmann Hospital, including peripherals and a connection for remote monitoring. The nursing school was connected to the central heat supply. In addition, the old systems were brought up to the state of the art and comprehensively refurbished. The old heating center including fuel oil supply was dismantled and a low-temperature boiler system was installed. The cogeneration plant and the boiler systems were integrated into the central building control system and connected to the GETEC service control center.
CHP plant with 341 kW,
Electrical power 227 kW
Energy source natural gas
Low-temperature boiler plant with approx. 2,300 kW
We deal intensively with the changing regulatory and technical environment on a daily basis. For Mettmann Hospital, we were able to generate annual savings in the six-figure range through the optimal combination of individual GETEC services.