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Energy Engineering Analysis Program. Limited Energy Study. Controlled Humidity Warehouses.

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Final rept.

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This section is a summary of the final report of the Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP Study for the 6 selected NATO Controlled Humidity Warehouses CHW at the BSB Karlsruhe. This EEAP study identifies cost effective energy conservation opportunities ECOs and prepares appropriate programming documentation for these ECOs, where applicable. The facilities included in the contract are listed in Table ES.1 All buildings are permanent structures. The overall objective of the study is to provide a basis on which to develop projects that will result in the reduction of energy consumption in compliance with the objectives set forth in the Army Facility Energy Plan. The criteria utilized in performing this EEAP study is the Scope of Work SoW dated 27 February 1992 which includes the detailed SoW for the 6 NATO CHW in Annex A. For the purpose of this study it will be assumed that all improvement projects will be awarded and constructed in FY 1994. The uniform present worth UPW discount factors utilized in the SIR life cycle cost economic analysis shall be taken directly from table A and B of the Energy Conservation Investment Program ECIP 24 November 1992. Table A for recurring and Table B for non recuring costssavings. The maximum possible economic life for all ECO projects will be assumed to be 20 years. The UPW discount factor for annual recurring non energy savings or costs shall be taken from ECIP Guidance 24 November 1992, Table B. The following activities have been accomplished. 1 A detailed field investigation has been conducted. 2 ECOs have been considered and ECIP analysis, where applicable, completed. 3 Project documentation packages compiled. 4 Executive Summary including a narrative has been incorporated into the report. Each item of the Contract Scope of Work has been addressed during the development of the study.

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  • Non-electrical Energy Conversion

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