Senior Vice President Facilities and Support Services, Boston Medical Center
Robert Biggio has been in his current role since September 2011. At Boston Medical Center (BMC), Biggio directly oversees facilities, support services, public safety, infrastructure and design/construction. Due to his work and leadership, the hospital was awarded the 2014 Energy Project of the Year Award by the National Association of Energy Engineers, New England Chapter. Prior to joining BMC, Biggio was the vice president of support services and real estate at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. He holds a BS degree in marine engineering from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. He was awarded the United States Merchant Marine Expeditionary Medal for his service during Desert Storm.
On- and off-site renewable energy solutions are emerging as an important go-to solution on health care institutions’ priority list. Renewable energy at scale allows institutions to reduce operational cost and long-term risk of electricity procurement while significantly lowering the organizational carbon footprint. Scale is important to harness the economic and strategic attractiveness of renewable energy. […]