FY86 OMA Project, Energy Survey of Designated U.S. Army Garrison Honshu Facilities, Energy Analysis Program (EEAP), Executive Summary.
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This document provides the Executive Summary of the Energy Savings Opportunity Survey ESOS and Energy Monitoring and Control System EMCS Feasibility Study of Designated U.S. Army Garrison, Honshu Facilities, for Camp Zama, Japan prepared under Contract No. DACA79-86-C-0091 between the U.S. Army Engineer District, Japan and the Architect-Engineering firm of Daniel, Mann, Johnson, and Mendenhall, Sagami Facility, Japan. This project has been executed as a part of the Department of the Armys FY86 Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP. The overall objective of this project is to perform a complete energy audit and analysis of designated facilities in order to identify all Energy Conservation Opportunities ECOs, to evaluate ECOs from previous studies which have not been accomplished and to perform a feasibility study for the installation of an EMCS. Camp Zama and the Sagamihara Dependent Housing Area SDHA installations are located as shown in Figure ES-1 Tokyo and Vicinity Map. Specific locations of the designated facilities at Camp Zama and the Sagamihara Dependent Housing Area are as shown in Figures ES-2 and ES-3, Base Map - Camp Zama and Information Map Sagamihara Dependent Housing Area.
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