Energy Savings Opportunity Survey Energy Engineering Analysis Program (EEAP) Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Phase II. Volume 1, Section 1-3.
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT CARLSBAD CA
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Systems Corp surveyed and completed energy analyses for 112 buildings, two generators, four chillers, and roadway lighting. The energy conservation opportunities ECOs evaluated were lighting efficiency improvements, peak-shaving generators, chiller replacement, variable speed circulation pumps, EMCS expansion, and Commissary lighting. Cost estimates were prepared using M-CACES. Life cycle cost analyses were performed using the Life Cycle Cost in Design LCCID computer program. Project development brochures PDBs and DD1391 forms were prepared for Energy Conservation Investment Program ECIP projects. The projects that were developed represent 187,203 in annual savings with favorable simple paybacks and savings to investment ratios SIRs. Systems Engineering and Management Corporation Systems Corp was contracted by the Louisville District of the United States Army Corps of Engineers in June 1993 to perform an energy savings opportunity survey ESOS for 112 buildings at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. In addition, the project includes an exterior lighting survey of five locations around the facility, a comprehensive survey of two generators at the Water Treatment Plant and Boiling Springs Pump House, and four chillers serving four buildings.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Air Conditioning, Heating, Lighting and Ventilating