Energy Engineering Analysis Program (EEAP), Fort Sill - Lawton, Oklahoma, Volume 1 - Executive Summary.
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This report is a final submittal for work performed under Contract No. DACA63-82-C-0173 Modification No. 4 consisting of an Energy Savings Opportunity Survey ESOS performed at Ft. Sill and including all buildings listed in Table I of this volume. Fort Sill is a government owned and operated facility situated adjacent to the town of Lawton, Oklahoma. The facility was established under the Department of Defense and is operated as a US Army installation. This report contains recommendations for the reduction of facility energy consumption in accordance with the U.S. Armys mission. The goal of this mission is to produce army facilities that operate as energy efficiently as possible while maintaining operational readiness. A major portion of this report consists of a re-evaluation of a previous study involving the feasibility of installing an energy monitoring and control system EMCS. In addition to the EMCS re-evaluation, a low cost alternative to the EMCS, is presented along with supporting data and documentation. The final major topic is the analysis and recommendations for energy conservation opportunities ECOs other than the EMCS and Low Cost Alternative. A summary of the recommended ECOs for all buildings is presented in Table 2 of this volume.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies