Air Force Energy Conservation Handbook. Volume 1. Management Guidelines. Brochure - Home Energy Savings: Tips From Your Base Engineer.
Air Force Energy Conservation Handbook. Volume 1.
Management Guidelines. Brochure - Home Energy Savings:
Tips From Your Base Engineer.
National Bureau of Standards
NBSIR 77-1204; 68 p. January 1977.
Sponsor:Air Force Civil Engineering Center, Tyndall AFB, FL
Air Force facilities; building energy conservation;
energy management; evaluation; monitoring; surveys of
General and specific guidelines to be followed by the
USAF management personnel have been developed and
tabulated in this Handbook. These guidelines include,
for example, establishing management structures to
implement the detailed energy conservation programs,
analyzing alternative energy conservation options for
most of the Air Force Base facilities, family housing
units, and special buildings. The guidelines are to be
helpful for establishing and implementing short- and
long-range plans for energy management, gaining support
of all base and tenant personnel, and monitoring program
progress. The Handbook covers such diverse topics as
building survey, central plant identification, economic
factor analysis, and human factors considerations. The
attached brochure is an illustrated handout for
family-housing occupants, giving simple ways and means
for saving energy in the home, or apartment.