Oakdale Support Element, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Energy Engineering Analysis Program Executive Summary, Volume 1
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This report presents the Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP for Oakdale Support Element, Oakdale, Pennsylvania, to identify energy conservation opportunities. The work was initiated in the fall of 1980 when the Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District advertised through the Commerce Business Daily for the services of an architecturalengineering firm to conduct an energy conservation study for this Army facility. Initial field investigation work and data gathering were completed in December 1981. This report includes analyses of the energy patterns at the base, and the identification and evaluation of energy conservation opportunities. As can be observed by the Energy Consumption Graphs, the base uses the greatest energy during the winter heating season, but with a high usage during the entire year. Based on the latest utility figures, the energy cost to the base is approximately 1.128ft2yr.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies