May 2014 - Kaiser Permanente has received a 2013 Green Power Leadership Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the organization's use of solar power. Kaiser Permanente uses more than 17 million kilowatt-hours of power annually from multiple onsite solar energy installations in California, amounting to 7% or the equivalent of its annual electricity consumption at these sites.
Another health care company, Gunderson Health System is investing in on-site renewable energy production. Onalaska Campus in Onalaska, Wisconsin — meets 100% of its electricity and thermal energy demand through the energy produced by a landfill waste-to-energy site located on the Gundersen Onalaska Campus.
Press Release - Kaiser Permanente Receives EPA Green Power Leadership Award
Case Study - Using Waste to Create Energy