Assessing the potential for fuel conservation
Marc Ross, Robert H. Williams, State University of New York at Albany. Institute for Public Policy Alternatives
Institute for Public Policy Alternatives, State University of New York, Albany, 1975 - Science - 74 pages
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1970 conditions A/C load Actual Fuel air conditioner air conditioning associated with byproduct automobile Bm^n Bmin Btu/kwh capital costs Combined cycle commercial Conservation Measures Savings CP H H CP I0 CP kl CP-H efficiency improvement electric resistive extrapolated from Table Following ref fossil fuel fuel conservation fuel energy fuel inputs furnace given in ref H CP H tn H U-I heat losses heat of combustion heat pump heat source Hypothetical Fuel I0 H industrial cogeneration industrial steam kl H kl kl MARC H microwave ovens nuclear power oi H opportunities for fuel percent policies Potential Conservation Measures POTENTIAL FOR FUEL Potential fuel savings power plant process steam produce Reduce A/C reduced infiltration residential rH H second law efficiency solar space heat specific energy task modification temperature thermal energy tn CP tn kl Total Savings Transportation typical U-I H U-I U-I ventilation water heat