Energy Engineering Analysis Program Study, Holston Army Ammunition Plant, Kingsport, Tennessee, Executive Summary
KINNEY (A M) INC CINCINNATI OH
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This volume is a summary of the results of the Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP study for the Holston Army Ammunition Plant HAAP. This EEAP includes energy conservation project recommendations and analyses that will result in a reduction in energy usage. This study also develops data necessary for the Installation Base-wide Energy Systems Plan. The study effort is separated into the following Increments Increment A - Buildings Increment B - Utilities Distribution Systems and EMCS Increment E - Mod - Central Boiler Plants Increment F - Facilities Engineer Energy Conservation Measures Increment C - Maintenance, Repair and Minor Construction The HAAP is a Government-owned, contractor-operated COCO military industrial installation under the jurisdiction of the U. S. Army Armament Materiel Readiness Command ARRCOM, Rock Island, Illinois, built in the early 194Os for the manufacture of explosives as required by the Department of Defense. HAAP is presently operated by Holston Defense Corporation H DC at a reduced rate, with the inactive process buildings disconnected from the plant utility systems, but ready to be reactivated quickly in the event full or increased mobilization is required.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies