Energy Engineering Analysis Program 10th Area Support Group. Volume 1. Buildings 105/105A Torii Station, 200 Torii Station, 210 Torii Station, 214 Torii Station, 217 Torii Station.
ESI/GAE JOINT VECTURE OKINAWA (JAPAN)
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The purpose of this study is to survey 11 of the major energy using buildings at Toril Station, Fort Buckner, and Naha Port to identify and evaluate energy conservation opportunities ECOs based on Army economic standards. It is the purpose of this report to present the work carried cut to date for the project Energy Engineeering Analysis Program, 10th Area Support Group, under AE Contract DACA79-89-D-0023, Delivery Order 0004, by the Joint Venture contractor Gushilen Architectural Engineering Co. LTDEngineering Sciences, Inc. The work consists of the discovery and developnent of economically and technically attractive Energy Conservation Opportunities ECOs to reduce the energy consumption of 11 buildings located at the U.S. military installations, Torii Station, Ft. Buckner, and Naha Port, 0kinawa, Japan. To accomplish this task, a full energy audit was performed for each of the facilities, in order to explain existing energy use patterns. Once the BASE CASE energy use was determined, a comprehensive list of ECOs was considered. After elimination of those potential ECOs that could be inappropriate or impractical for the facility, some eliminated from experience and some from preliminary analysis, the remaining ECOs were analyzed in detail.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies