Cleveland Clinic is betting big on the environment, launching several ambitious energy-saving efforts paid for in large part through a fund dedicated to green projects.

Touted as the largest of its kind in the health care field, at about $7.5 million when the green revolving fund was announced in May, Cleveland Clinic is moving quickly to increase its energy efficiency by investing in large-scale projects.

Jon Utech, senior director of Cleveland Clinic's Office for a Healthy Environment, says the health care system is about halfway finished with a major lighting replacement project at its main campus, which includes the flagship hospital as well as regional hospitals and family health centers in Northeast Ohio.

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