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Dr. Jeff Thompson, CEO Emeritus, discusses Gundersen Health System's incredible green policy.
Gundersen Health System achieved its first days of energy independence, becoming the first health system in the nation to attain the distinction. Oct. 14, 2014 was the first day that Gundersen produced more energy than the health system consumed.
A unique partnership is turning cow waste from farms into renewable energy. Gundersen Health System and Dane County in Wisconsin are partnering with three farm families in Dane County on the GL Dairy Biogas Project.
Gundersen sustainability coordinator Tom Thompson shares environmentally friendly tips.
Gundersen and Organic Valley created the first community wind farm in the state of Wisconsin.
Gundersen Health System is harnessing energy from the wind to create electricity. The La Crosse, Wis.-based health system built a two-turbine wind farm just north of Lewiston, Minn.
Gundersen's new Legacy Building is eco friendly and LEED Certified.
Envision executive director Jeff Rich shares unique project with La Crosse County which now offsets power for Gundersen's Onalaska campus.
Clean organic wood fuel creates power and steam, and saves Gundersen about a half million dollars a year.
Tom Thompson, Gundersen's sustainability coordinator, shares earth-friendly tips.
Chef Thomas shares how Gundersen reduced food waste by 70 percent.
A biomass boiler turns wood chips into sustainable energy.
Alan Eber, manager of Engineering and Energy Management, shares Gundersen's green construction principles.