Energy Engineering Analysis Program Limited Energy Study Fort Hunter-Liggett, California. Volume 1.
KELLER AND GANNON SAN FRANCISCO CA
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The purpose of this study is to develop projects and actions that will reduce facilities energy consumption and operating costs at Fort Hunter Liggett. Implementation of these projects will contribute to achieving the goal of the Army Facilities Energy Plan of a reduction in energy consumption per square foot of building floor area of 20 percent by FY2OOO from FY1985 baseline levels, There are 205 numbered structures at Fort Hunter Liggett, containing a total of 791,034 square feet of gross floor space. This United Energy Study evaluates 52 surveyed buildings with results extended to an additional 44 identical or similar buildings. Together, these buildings contain a total of 632,386 gross square feet and account for approximately 93 percent of overall energy usage. Present Energy Consumption Total energy consumption at Fort Hunter Ligett in FY 1992 of non-transportation energy sources was 79,728 million Btu. This figure includes electricity at 3,413 Btu per kwh, No. 2 fuel oil at 138,700 Btu per gallon and propane at 95,000 Btu per gallon.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies