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Basewide Energy Systems Plan for Fort Stewart, Georgia. Executive Summary, Increments A, B, C, D, E, F, and G.
JRB ASSOCIATES INC MCLEAN VA
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This report presents the results of Increments A, B, C, D, E, F, and G of the Energy Engineering Analysis Program conducted at Fort Stewart, Georgia, by JRB Associates under Contract No. DACA21-80-C-0014. This report includes analyses of the energy patterns at the facility, and the identification and evaluation of energy conservation opportunities. The results obtained indicate that, although energy use at Fort Stewart can rise to 80.4 percent over FY 1975 figures, implementation of all EEAP projects will keep this increase down to a 37.5 percent increase. This reduction can be achieved even though the total square feet of heated space is projected to increase by 58 percent. These reports are organized into 6 volumes, plus appendices. EXISTING ENERGY USE Electricity, natural gas, fuel oil, and propane are the main energy sources at Fort Stewart. In FY 1975 the total energy use at the Post was 1,159,500 MBtu. A summary of the FY 1983 basewide energy use by fuel type is given in Table 2, which shows that electricity currently accounts for approximately 52 percent of total energy use. Total energy use at the Post for the years 1977 to 1983 is shown in Table 2.
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