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The system should be sized to meet the percentage required based on the entire schools energy use. The percent savings must be achieved in terms of annual source energy or TDV energy. g. 100,000 Btu/therm. Electricity used at the site shall be weighted at 10,239 Btu/kWh, which assumes 33% efficiency for generation and distribution. To earn points with this credit use the following steps: Step 1: Model the school building to estimate the annual source energy (Qschool). 1. Step 2: Calculate the annual source energy contribution of the on-site renewable system that are designed into the project (Qalternative).
0. Applicability This credit applies to new schools. For a new building on an existing campus, additions, and major modernizations, the calculations must be made for the entire school site, not just the area around the new building or the buildings being modernized. Resources CHPS Best Practices Manual, Volume II: Guideline SP6: Drought Tolerant and Pest-Resistant Plants, Guideline SP10: Water-Efficient Irrigation Systems; Guideline SP12: Reclaimed Water for Irrigation. 2 Reference Manual: Water Credit 1: Water Efficient Landscaping.
Training is an essential step to protect indoor air quality and maintain superior energy performance. P3 Maintenance and record keeping must meet the requirements of the Cal/OSHA Minimum Building Ventilation Standard, Title 8, Sec. 5142. Verification Use the Energy Design Resources (EDR) Commissioning Assistant database tool to determine the “Abbreviated” scope of work. All of the “Abbreviated” activities from the tool shall be carried out by the commissioning authority. Table 11 – Summary of Commissioning Services for Prerequisite and Credit, summarizes the commissioning services that are generally required for the prerequisite and for credit.