Fort Lewis Energy Savings Opportunity Survey, Energy Engineering Analysis Program (EEAP) at Fort Lewis, Washington (A FORSCOM Installation). Volume 1. Executive Summary.
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The purpose of this study has been to examine potential new energy conservation opportunities ECO, as well as re-evaluate certain ECO previously studied on a comprehensive basis. Selected special studies have also been undertaken. The end product of this project will result in four 4 applications to the Federal Energy Conservation Investment Program ECIP for funding of energy improvements. Further, it is assumed that other energy conservation applications, on an annual basis, will be forthcoming in the future to further implement the Fort Lewis Energy Program. Several special studies, such as a Basewide Energy Monitoring and Control System study EMCS were submitted, as late as, 1983. The Base Wide Energy Plan is broad and comprehensive, looking at larger energy issues with several, more detailed concerns addressed. The Plan was the basis for approximately eight ECIP projects, of which half have been submitted for funding consideration by Fort Lewis. The Fort Lewis Base Wide Energy Plan was considered as the basic overall document, from which specific, more detailed studies and implementation projects could be evolved. The plan to date, has been the basis for the Corps of Engineers, Project PN47O and a project by Associated Engineers. Both projects entailed 3 to 6 specific energy improvements, such as insulation, weather stripping, boiler controls, thermostats, and high bay fans for redistribution of warm air. Second, DEE, in its program of facilities upgrading, has instituted compliance to Washington State Energy Code Requirements.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
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