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Title: Kwigillingok Energy Action Plan

Abstract

In 2017, the Native Village of Kwigillingok received a grant for the Kwigillingok Energy Efficiency Project from the United States Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy. The objective of the project was to reduce and stabilize energy costs in tribal buildings by setting energy efficiency improvement goals to provide direction for a future retrofit project. This final report begins with information about the community of Kwigillingok and the project procedure. Chapters follow on each component of the project. The project team began by recording information about the six project buildings as well as the I.R.A. Council’s goal for each building. Tribal staff also gathered baseline data on each building, including their energy use and general condition. An energy professional surveyed each building, prepared an energy model using AkWarm-C energy modeling software to determine energy-saving retrofits, and completed energy audits, summarized within this report. Each energy audit lists energy efficiency measures and energy conservation measures to pursue to improve the building and decrease its energy use. This report also contains three resources to help with the next steps in an energy retrofit project: a data monitoring plan to track the building condition and energy use through a retrofit project, amore » maintenance plan to facilitate energy conservation, and a list of funding and training opportunities that could provide resources for a retrofit or training for maintenance staff. Finally, readers can find materials from the outreach component of the project, which demonstrated sustainable practices to the community. This Energy Action Plan marks the conclusion of the Kwigillingok Energy Efficiency Project but is meant to lead to the next step towards safe, comfortable, and energy efficient tribal buildings that will continue to benefit the community of Kwigillingok for many years to come.« less

Authors:
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  1. Native Village of Kwigillingok
  2. Kwigillingok I.R.A. Council
  3. Energy Audits of Alaska
  4. Cold Climate Housing Research Center
Publication Date:
Research Org.:
Village of Kwigillingok
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE The Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs (IE)
OSTI Identifier:
1526994
Report Number(s):
DOE-NVK-00071
DOE Contract Number:  
IE0000071
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY, AND ECONOMY; 30 DIRECT ENERGY CONVERSION; 32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; Energy planning; Energy efficiency; Energy audits; Community buildings; Cold climate; Alaska

Citation Formats

John, Darrel, Lewis, John, John, Richard, Philip, Fred, Atti, Willie, Philip, Ethel, Andrew Sr., Noah, Kiunya, Ray, Fowler, Jim, Stevens, Vanessa, Sosebee, Conor, Cooke, Aaron, Rettig, Molly, Rittgers, Anne, Nelson, Haley, Ohms, Shane, and Freeman, Audrey. Kwigillingok Energy Action Plan. United States: N. p., 2019. Web. doi:10.2172/1526994.
John, Darrel, Lewis, John, John, Richard, Philip, Fred, Atti, Willie, Philip, Ethel, Andrew Sr., Noah, Kiunya, Ray, Fowler, Jim, Stevens, Vanessa, Sosebee, Conor, Cooke, Aaron, Rettig, Molly, Rittgers, Anne, Nelson, Haley, Ohms, Shane, & Freeman, Audrey. Kwigillingok Energy Action Plan. United States. doi:10.2172/1526994.
John, Darrel, Lewis, John, John, Richard, Philip, Fred, Atti, Willie, Philip, Ethel, Andrew Sr., Noah, Kiunya, Ray, Fowler, Jim, Stevens, Vanessa, Sosebee, Conor, Cooke, Aaron, Rettig, Molly, Rittgers, Anne, Nelson, Haley, Ohms, Shane, and Freeman, Audrey. Mon . "Kwigillingok Energy Action Plan". United States. doi:10.2172/1526994. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1526994.
@article{osti_1526994,
title = {Kwigillingok Energy Action Plan},
author = {John, Darrel and Lewis, John and John, Richard and Philip, Fred and Atti, Willie and Philip, Ethel and Andrew Sr., Noah and Kiunya, Ray and Fowler, Jim and Stevens, Vanessa and Sosebee, Conor and Cooke, Aaron and Rettig, Molly and Rittgers, Anne and Nelson, Haley and Ohms, Shane and Freeman, Audrey},
abstractNote = {In 2017, the Native Village of Kwigillingok received a grant for the Kwigillingok Energy Efficiency Project from the United States Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy. The objective of the project was to reduce and stabilize energy costs in tribal buildings by setting energy efficiency improvement goals to provide direction for a future retrofit project. This final report begins with information about the community of Kwigillingok and the project procedure. Chapters follow on each component of the project. The project team began by recording information about the six project buildings as well as the I.R.A. Council’s goal for each building. Tribal staff also gathered baseline data on each building, including their energy use and general condition. An energy professional surveyed each building, prepared an energy model using AkWarm-C energy modeling software to determine energy-saving retrofits, and completed energy audits, summarized within this report. Each energy audit lists energy efficiency measures and energy conservation measures to pursue to improve the building and decrease its energy use. This report also contains three resources to help with the next steps in an energy retrofit project: a data monitoring plan to track the building condition and energy use through a retrofit project, a maintenance plan to facilitate energy conservation, and a list of funding and training opportunities that could provide resources for a retrofit or training for maintenance staff. Finally, readers can find materials from the outreach component of the project, which demonstrated sustainable practices to the community. This Energy Action Plan marks the conclusion of the Kwigillingok Energy Efficiency Project but is meant to lead to the next step towards safe, comfortable, and energy efficient tribal buildings that will continue to benefit the community of Kwigillingok for many years to come.},
doi = {10.2172/1526994},
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place = {United States},
year = {2019},
month = {6}
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