Energy Engineering Analysis Program, Anniston Army Depot, Increment B, Final Report; Executive Summary
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In July 1985, the Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, modified their existing contract to include the performance of an additional energy study. The contractual Scope of Work calls for an Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP study to be conducted at Anniston Army Depot AAD. This report covers the Energy Monitoring and Control System EMCS portion of Increment B of the EEAP study. The Scope of Work calls for the systematic evaluation of the cost effectiveness of an EMCS that will result in the reduction of the installations energy use. The general Scope of Work for the EMCS portion of Increment B can be summarized as follows 1 Review and make effective use of existing energy studies in preparing the EMCS project 2 Field trips should be used to obtain information on facilities to develop the requirements necessary for the EMCS 3 Determine the feasibility of an EMCS for building electrical, mechanical, and utility distribution systems 4 Prepare Project Development Brochures PDBs, DD Form 1391s, and supporting documentation for the proposed EMCS project if it meets ECIP criteria and 5 Detailed recommendations are to be generated and a final report will be provided.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies