Energy Savings Opportunity Study, Energy Engineering Analysis Program, Fort Dix, New Jersey, Executive Summary
EINHORN YAFFEE AND PRESCOTT ALBANY NY
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In October of 1985, the firm of Einhorn Yaffee Prescott, P.C. was retained by the Army Corps of Engineers to perform an energy savings opportunity survey of 63 buildings at Fort Dix, New Jersey. The scope of this study included the following work Evaluate selected energy conservation opportunities ECOs to determine their energy savings potential and economic feasibility. Perform a limited site survey of selected buildings or areas to insure that any new methods of energy conservation which are practical and have not been evaluated in any previous energy study have been considered and the results documented. Provide complete new programming or implementation documentation for all recommended ECOs. Prepare a comprehensive report to document the work performed, the results and the recommendations. With this prefinal submittal approximately 95 percent of the work required by the scope has been completed. The Executive Summary contains the following material A brief description of previous energy efforts at Fort Dix and the way this survey was conducted. Graphical Energy History. Chart of recommended projects with economic justification. A brief description of each component ECO in the individual projects with economic summaries. For a more comprehensive treatment of the results of this ESOS refer to the five volume Narrative Report. These volumes deal with the physical characteristics of each of the sixty three buildings surveyed, their apparent deficiencies, the ECOs studied and recommended to improve their energy Perfermance. Included in this work is an energy savings calculation for each researched ECO with associated ECIP life cycle economics. The ten recommended projects have been included in the programming docu ments where a form DD 1391 has been prepared for each along with a 1391 for each individual ECO within the project.
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