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Energy Efficiency in U.S. Forest Service Facilities: A Multiregional Review
Rachelle S. Meyer (au)
This report reviewed energy efficiency measures in facilities across the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service, examining opportunities and obstacles, and identifying factors of project success. The adoption of energy efficiency measures at Forest Service sites was seen to be most likely when decision control was local to the site and when budget timing and structures were familiar to decisionmakers and planned for in advance. The role of information diffusion is an important factor in both the planning and demonstration phases of energy efficient projects. These findings can help other agencies reach ambitious energy reduction goals. Higher returns on investment and more informed decisionmaking can be supported by better data documentation (pre- and postinvestment) and research into life-cycle analyses of project benefits. Resources to aid Forest Service personnel in making energy use decisions are summarized. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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