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Energy Manager's Handbook

Energy Manager's Handbook

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Department of DefenseEnergy Manager’s Handbook
Prepared for the
Office of Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (ODUSD)Installations and Environment (I&E)Washington, D.C.
In support of 
Western Power Grid Peak Demand andEnergy Reduction Program
Prepared by
Intuitive Research & Technology CorporationHuntsville, AL 35806August 25, 2005
 
 
Table of Contents
Table of Contents................................................................................................................iiExecutive Summary...........................................................................................................viAcknowledgements...........................................................................................................viiPart I Organizing For Energy Management........................................................................11. Introduction to DoD Energy Management...................................................................11.1. Key Points............................................................................................................11.2. Energy Management Challenges.........................................................................11.3. Develop Integrated Conservation Program..........................................................11.4. Benefits of Energy Conservation.........................................................................72. DoD Energy Programs, Policies, and Goals.................................................................92.1. Key Points............................................................................................................92.2. Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)...........................................................92.3. Overview of DoD Energy Policies....................................................................102.4. DoD Energy Consumption Reduction Goals.....................................................11Part II Starting an Energy Management Program.............................................................173. DoD Installation Energy Management Team.............................................................173.1. Key Points..........................................................................................................173.2. Team Concept....................................................................................................173.3. Installation Energy Manager..............................................................................173.4. Installation Commander.....................................................................................193.5. Installation Energy Management Team/Steering Group/Board........................203.6. Informal Working Relationships With Key Individuals....................................223.7. Additional Help From Other Organizations......................................................253.8. Resource Efficiency Manager.............................................................................274. Energy Conservation Program Planning.....................................................................294.1. Key Points..........................................................................................................294.2. Planning.............................................................................................................294.3. Establishing Energy and Water Savings Targets...............................................304.4. Programming, Designing, and Constructing......................................................314.5. Managing to Achieve DoD Energy Goals.........................................................324.6. Developing Conservation Projects.....................................................................324.7. Energy Security/Flexibility................................................................................345. Energy Awareness.....................................................................................................355.1. Key Points.........................................................................................................355.2. Program Purpose................................................................................................3525 Aug 05ii
 
 5.3. Awareness Basics...............................................................................................365.4. Program Design.................................................................................................375.5. Action-Oriented Messages.................................................................................385.6. Publicity Tools and Techniques.........................................................................395.7. Evaluating Program Effectiveness.....................................................................416. Energy Accounting and Management Reporting........................................................426.1. Key Points..........................................................................................................426.2. Defense Utility Energy Reporting System........................................................426.3. Army DUERS Data Energy System (RADDS).................................................436.4. Navy Data Management...................................................................................436.5. Air Force DUERS.............................................................................................446.6. Facility Energy Program Reporting Requirements............................................447. Energy and the Environment.....................................................................................467.1. Key Points..........................................................................................................467.2. The Energy and Environmental Connection......................................................467.3. Waste-to-Energy Technology............................................................................51Part III Energy and Water Conservation...........................................................................598. Energy Conservation in New Construction...............................................................598.1. Key Points..........................................................................................................598.2. Federal Energy Codes for New Construction....................................................598.3. DOE Code Compliance Materials.....................................................................608.4. Sustainable Building Design..............................................................................608.5. Design, Installation, and Commissioning of Building.......................................619. Energy Auditing..........................................................................................................639.1. Key Points..........................................................................................................639.2. Purpose of the Energy Audit..............................................................................639.3. Types of Energy Audits.....................................................................................659.4. Energy Audit Strategies.....................................................................................679.5. Preparing for an Energy Audit...........................................................................699.6. Organizing the Audit Team...............................................................................699.7. Performing the Audit.........................................................................................709.8. Energy Audit Tools............................................................................................719.9. The Audit Report...............................................................................................7310. Metering......................................................................................................................7510.1. Key Points.........................................................
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