Energy Engineering Analysis Program, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. Phase III Report. Volume 1. Executive Summary.
EWING COLE CHERRY PARSKY INC PHILADELPHIA PA
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The Army Energy Plan, established in early 1978, sets both short and long term energy goals for the Army consistent with the Presidential Executive order issued in mid-1977. It directs the Major Army commands to develop detailed implementation plans and funding documents. The Department of the Army, through the Corps of Engineers Baltimore, has contracted with Ewing Cole Cherry Parsky to provide the Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP at Fort George G. Meade under contract number DACA31-82-C-0307. The increments of work to be provided as stated in the Contract are - Increment A Energy Conservation Investigations for Buildings and Processes. The Facilities Engineering Office at Fort Meade indicated that they would rather have specific information for a selected group of buildings rather than extrapolated information which they do not believe will be useful to them because of the considerable amount of work that they have already done and are planning to do. As a consequence, with the exception of certain housing and barracks buildings which can be extrapolated, the buildings selected by Fort Meade for study are atypical, and limit the extent of the analysis. Energy Conservation Investigations of Utilities and energy Distribution Systems, Energy Monitoring and Control Systems EMCS, and Local Use of Available Waste Fuels in Existing Energy Plants. By Contract, the EMCS analysis for Increment B is limited to a general review of the problems with the existing system and an expression of Ewing Cole Cherry Parskys opinion on what should be done with existing systems. Renewable Energy Projects. By Contract, Increment C is limited to solar studies only. Solar studies are not to include space heating or cooling. Facilities Engineering Conservation Measures Projects Identified in Increments A B That Do Not Qualify Under ECIP Criteria.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies