Energy Engineering Analysis Program (EEAP), Energy Savings Opportunity Survey Fort Wainwright, Alaska, Volume I: Executive Summary.
FRYER PRESSLEY ENGINEERING INC ANCHORAGE AK
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This Energy Savings Opportunity Survey ESOS of select facilities at Fort Wainwright is provided as part of the Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP. Similar studies were undertaken concurrently for Fort Richardson and Fort Greely and are contained in separate reports. The study was initiated 30 September 1988. From August 1987 through May 1988 the project was temporarily suspended until a revised Scope of Work was issued. The EEAP is a series of studies intended to identify energy conservation opportunities ECOs which will result in the optimum use of energy resources available. The overall purpose of this study was to identify means to save energy through investment in the application of energy conserving technologies. This objective was approached by the evaluation of pre-identified ECOs within specified buildings that might yield positive economic return to the Government, if undertaken, and that would fit within the constraints of several funding programs available to the Department of the Army. The Fort Wainwright study was limited to examination of 35 ECOs as they may apply to one or more of 17 buildings specified by the Scope of Work. The Scope of Work also called for technical audit and analysis of one of the 17 buildings the Laundry Facility Building 3025.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies