Energy Engineering Analysis Program. Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. 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 12003 issued in mid-1977. It directs the Major Army commands to develop detailed implementation plans and funding documents. The National Energy Conservation Policy Act NECPA of 1978, directs that all facilities owned and operated by a Federal Agency must have all energy conservation retrofits performed by 1 January 1990. 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 DACA3l-82-C-0307. The results of the study are indicated in detail in the MAIN REPORT, Volume 2B of the Report. Back-up calculations are provided in Volume 4B of the Report.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies