Energy Engineering Analysis Program at the TSA Commissary, Building 91 - Quarter Master Kaserne Augsburg Military Community, Augsburg, West Germany; Executive Summary
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The purpose of this section is to identify general energy conservation opportunities ECOs for commissary facilities as required by the scope of work. All of the recommendations which follow have been considered for implementation in building 91. The relevant projects have been evaluated and are summarized in Table VI on the preceding page. 1 Reducing Energy Costs in Wholesale Distribution, National Association of Wholesale Distributors, 1979 2 Energy Conservation in Existing Buildings, DOECS-0132 U. S. Department of Energy, 1980 3 Saving Money with Energy Conservation, DOECS-0141 U. S. Department of Energy, 1980 4 Manual of Energy Savings in Existing Buildings and Plants, Stephen L. Baron, P.E., 1978. There are several obvious characteristics which many commissaries have in common. The most notable is the continuous operation of the refrigeration systems. It is not uncommon for commercial refrigeration systems to account for as much as fifty percent 50 of the total annual energy consumption in commissaries. Open display refrigeration fixtures are also common in most commissaries.
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