An Assessment of Building Energy Efficiency Options at Horn Island Ranger Station, Gulf Islands National Seashore
Energy Consumption; Energy Efficiency; Buildings
As requested by Joe Martin of the National Park Service (NPS), Southeast Support Office, researchers from the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) conducted a building energy efficiency assessment for the ranger station on Horn Island, Mississippi. The assessment included audits and inspections of the energy systems, building thermal performance, appliances, and energy use patterns. FSEC researchers Stephen Barkaszi and John Harrison conducted the audits and on-site inspections June 29 and June 30, 1999. The purpose of the assessment was to evaluate the facility and to present recommendations for improving the energy efficiency of the building. This report summarizes the information obtained during the site visit and presents recommendations for improving the energy utilization at the facility.
Buildings - Energy Consumption; Buildings - Energy Efficiency
Florida Solar Energy Center and Barkaszi, Stephen, "An Assessment of Building Energy Efficiency Options at Horn Island Ranger Station, Gulf Islands National Seashore" (1999). FSEC Energy Research Center®. 661.