Energy Engineering Analysis Program, Phase 3, Augsburg Military Community; Executive Summary.
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This document is the end result of the Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP at Augsburg Military Community in West Germany. This EEAP was authorized by the U.S. Department of the Army, European Division, Corps of Engineers, headquartered in Frankfurt, West Germany, under contract No. DACA-9O-83-6-OD23. The ultimate goal of this effort is the reduction of energy consumption in compliance with the objectives set forth in the U.S. Army Facilities Energy Plan. The scope of services for this study defines the project in three phases of work. Phase I involves data collection for all buildings at Augsburg. The data collection phase includes utility data, determination and inspection of model buildings, assignment and review of similar buildings, and review of operating procedures. Phase II utilizes and relies heavily upon the information collected in Phase I. In this phase, energy conservation recommendations are developed to estimate related energy savings, as Well as implementation costs for specific recommendations. Phase III of this project screened all energy conservation projects and provided programming documents for those projects which the community is requesting funding. By definition, any programmed project has a savings to investment ratio greater than one in compliance with the revised Energy Conservation Investment Program ECIP criteria dated June 1985. The end result of the three phases of work are seven packages requesting funding for several projects designed to reduce energy consumption at Augsburg Military Community.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies