Reducing Fuel Consumption at a Remote Military Base: Introducing an energy management system.

@article{Kelly2013ReducingFC,
  title={Reducing Fuel Consumption at a Remote Military Base: Introducing an energy management system.},
  author={Ryan L Kelly and Giovanna Oriti and Alexander L. Julian},
  journal={IEEE Electrification Magazine},
  year={2013},
  volume={1},
  pages={30-37}
}
A Marine Corps forward operating base is a self-contained remote temporary military base designed to support combat operations in an austere environment, often without pre-existing infrastructure. Similar in function to a permanent military base, this temporary base contains planning spaces, billeting tents, and a variety of equipment that all require electricity. As there is no utility grid, the primary source of a temporary base's electrical power is provided on site by diesel generators. 

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