Accession Number : ADA318032
Title : Review of Department of Defense Industrial Processes and Process Energy.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING RESEARCH LAB (ARMY) CHAMPAIGN IL
Personal Author(s) : Lin, Mike C. ; Fraser, Malcolm ; Lorand, Robert
PDF Url : ADA318032
Report Date : AUG 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 144
Abstract : Defense Energy Program Memorandum (DEPPM) 91-2 and Executive Order 12759 assign energy efficiency goals for Federal facilities for Fiscal Year 2000 (FYOO) as compared to base year FY85. Each Depanment of Defense (DOD) component is directed to prescribe policies and establish appropriate measures to improve energy efficiency of the aggregate of its industrial energy-consuming facilities by at least 20 percent in FYOO in comparison to FY85. In most instances, these new energy and environmental directives exceed the performance capabilities of DOD's installed industrial technologies. (The vast majority of DOD industrial activities use technologies that are over 40 years old.) Cost-effective compliance with these directives in the existing DOD industrial base requires a thorough evaluation of DOD industrial activities and their potential for improvements. This project began that evaluation and identified a wide range of low-cost energy and pollution reduction opportunities and energy conservation opportunities (ECOs) at DOD industrial facilities in which reduced energy consumption can, via energy efficiency and operational improvements, simultaneously and significantly reduce pollutant emissions at DOD industrial facilities within the Departments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
Descriptors : *DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, *EFFICIENCY, *OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS, *INDUSTRIAL PLANTS, *ENERGY CONSERVATION, *ENERGY MANAGEMENT, EMISSION, AIR FORCE, MILITARY FACILITIES, INDUSTRIES, POLICIES, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, LOW COSTS, INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION, PERFORMANCE(ENGINEERING), REDUCTION, POLLUTANTS, RANGE(EXTREMES), ENERGY CONSUMPTION.
Subject Categories : Non-electrical Energy Conversion
Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE