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EPP - LARGE COMMERCIAL V1.3
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Client:UP=Underwriting period
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Project:PP=Performance period
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#ItemDetailsComplianceNotes
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BASELINE
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UP112-36 mos utility dataNo periods of major renovation.
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UP2Utility baseline period
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UP3Weather data - corresponding to baseline
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UP412 mos occupancy data - corresponding to baseline
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UP5Building asset dataReview (spot check) collected data.
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UP6Baseline operational/performance dataReview operational and performance data (spot measurements, short-term monitoring, functional performance tests) analysis results.
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UP7Normalized / regression-based baselineR-squared > 0.75. CV < 0.2
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UP8End-use energy use estimates
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UP9Utility rate structure
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If Demand Charges or TOU in Effect
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UP10Annual load profile
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UP11Average daily load profiles
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UP12Peak usage
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UP13TOU summary by month
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SAVINGS CALCULATIONS
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UP14Energy modeling software
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UP15Modeler credentials
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UP16Weather file
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UP17Model input filesReview modeling inputs. Check utility rate schedule.
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UP18Model output filesReview model errors or warnings. Compare metrics to typical comparable metrics (such as EUI, ventilation rates, load densities, etc)
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UP19Model calibrationCheck reasonableness of calibration methods. Calibration results should result in a NMBE of 5% and a CV(RMSE) of 15% relative to monthly calibration data.
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UP20Model process description
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UP21Model key metric benchmarks
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ECMs
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UP22ECM descriptions
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UP23ECM model variablesCheck ECM modeling parameters and programming logic, as well as assumptions used, to ensure that they are conservative and documented.
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UP24ECM results, and package resultsEnsure that savings estimates are reasonable, as compared to baseline and end-use energy consumption, previous project results, or simple estimation methods. Interactive effects.
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UP25ECM ReportTypically part of the main EE report.
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UP26Cost estimatesCheck that a construction feasibility review was performed and that all subsequent cost estimate components have been accounted for and accurately reflect the scope of work involved with the proposed ECMs.
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UP27Investment criteria
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UP28Quality assurance statement
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UP29EE Report
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DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND VERIFICATION
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UP30OPV authority credentials
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UP31OPV planReview OPV plan to ensure that it describes the OPV activities, target energy budgets and key performance indicators associated with the project and the individual ECMs.
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PP32OPV statements
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PP33OPV effort and reportReview OPV effort results and issues log, and ensure that appropriate actions are being taken to resolve issues or revise savings estimates.
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PP34TrainingReview training plan to ensure that key items have been addressed. Consider interviewing FM.
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PP35Systems manualASHRAE Guideline 1.4P. Ensure that the Systems Manual contains details regarding ongoing optimization of the systems, and a clear process and responsibility matrix for addressing issues.
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OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE AND MONITORING
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UP36Ongoing management regime descriptionEnsure that the ongoing management regime selected is appropriate given the scope of the EE project, complexity of systems, and the skill level of the facility staff.
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UP37Monitoring points listIf appropriate.
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PP38Training on OM&M procedures
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PP39Plan for remediation of issues
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PP40OM&M Plan, maintenance plans and service response logEnsure that it meets the needs of the facility staff responsible for the energy-efficient operation of the new systems and equipment.
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MEASUREMENT AND VERIFICATION
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UP41M&V agent credentials
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UP42M&V planChapter 5 of the IPMVP, Volume I-2012
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UP43Routine adjustments
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UP44Utility rates
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PP45Non-routine adjustmentsShould be conservatively applied.
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PP46Methods to handle routine/non-routine adjustments
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PP47Energy data (12 months)Ensure that appropriate measurement periods that will reflect equipment operation through its full operating cycle have been selected (for both the baseline and reporting periods).
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PP48Hourly ambient data
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PP49Regression-based energy modelR-squared > 0.75. CV < 0.2
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PP50UncertaintyOptional.
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PP51M&V Report
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UP52Engineering Certification (PE or CEM)
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