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Commercial CalGreen - Building Enery Analysis Report

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The program is designed to assist Building Designers meet the requirements of the Cal Green code. A Handout will be provided that will cover many other aspects of the Cal Green Non Residential code, but this session will focus on Energy Efficiency.

Since 2005, Gary has averaged over 125 days of instruction per year in a variety of energy conservation topics. These include: California Residential Energy Standards, Duct Testing for HVAC contractors, CHEERS Rater certification training for Building Envelope, HVAC, Solar PV as well as core building science. In 2008 Gary developed and was the lead instructor the CHEERS Existing Home training program. This extensive four-day class focuses on building science as well as the art of residential energy audits. Gary’s extensive field experience as a HERS rater and his technical building science knowledge ensures that his training is accurate and easy to understand. Gary’s light-hearted, logical and down-to-earth presentation style ensures that participants understand the material and how to apply the specific rules or applications to their particular situation.

Gary has been involved with Green building beginning in 2003 when he first became a LEED AP and has continued his support of Durable Sustainable Design. He has been on and coordinated Design /Implement Teams for Energy Management, Waste Reduction and Building Failure Remediation since the 1980’s.

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Commercial CalGreen - Building Enery Analysis Report

  1. 1. Section 7 Commercial CalGREEN BUILDING ENERGY ANALYSIS REPORT PROJECT: Nonresidential Sample Building 1234 Main St. Sacramento, CA 95800 Project Designer: Architectural Services 440 Yuba Dr. Suite C Sacramento, CA 95833 (916) 555-5678 Report Prepared by: Gary Wollin Wollin Energy 3747 Waynesboro Drive Ceres, CA 95307 209-534-7110 Job Number: M98000 Date: 8/5/2011The EnergyPro computer program has been used to perform the calculations summarized in this compliance report. This program has approval and is authorized by the California Energy Commission for use with both the Residential and Nonresidential 2008 Building Energy Efficiency Standards. This program developed by EnergySoft, LLC – www.energysoft.com.EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Title 24 8/24 Page 1
  2. 2. Section 7 Commercial CalGREEN TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover Page 1 Table of Contents 2 Nonresidential Performance Title 24 Forms 3EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft Job Number: ID: M98000 User Number: 7080 Title 24 8/24 Page 2
  3. 3. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENPERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 1 of 3) PERF-1CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011Project Address Climate Zone Total Cond. Floor Area Addition Floor Area1234 Main St. Sacramento CA Climate Zone 12 4,480 n/aGENERAL INFORMATIONBuilding Type: Nonresidential High-Rise Residential Hotel/Motel Guest Room Relocatable - indicate specific climate zone all climatesPhase of Construction: New Construction Addition AlterationSTATEMENT OF COMPLIANCEThis certificate of compliance lists the building features and specifications needed tocomply with Title 24, Parts 1 and 6 of the California Code of Regulations. Thiscertificate applies only to a Building using the performance compliance approach.The documentation author hereby certifies that the documentation is accurate and complete.Documentation AuthorName Gary Wollin SignatureCompany Date Wollin Energy 8/5/2011Address 3747 Waynesboro Drive Phone 209-534-7110City/State/Zip Ceres, CA 95307The Principal Designer hereby certifies that the proposed building design represented in this set ofconstruction documents is consistent with the other compliance forms and worksheets, with the specifications, and withany other calculations submitted with this permit application. The proposed building has been designed to meet the energyefficiency requirements contained in sections 110, 116 through 118, and 140 through 149 of Title 24, Part 6. Pleasecheck one:ENV. LTG. MECH. I hereby affirm that I am eligible under the provisions of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code to sign this document as the person responsible for its preparation; and that I am licensed in the State of California as a civil engineer, mechanical engineer, electrical engineer, or I am a licensed architect. I affirm that I am eligible under the provisions of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code by section 5537.2 or 6737.3 to sign this document as the person responsible for its preparation; and that I am a licensed contractor performing this work. I affirm that I am eligible under Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code to sign this document because it pertains to a structure or type of work described as exempt pursuant to Business and Professions Code Sections 5537, 5538 and 6737.1.Principal Envelope DesignerName Signature Michael GrayCompany Architectural Services DateAddress 440 Yuba Dr. Suite C License #City/State/Zip Sacramento, CA 95833 Phone (916) 555-5678Principal Mechanical DesignerName Robert Harper, P.E SignatureCompany Harper Associates DateAddress 4519 E. Hwy 20 License #City/State/Zip Sacramento, CA Phone (916) 555-9245Principal Lighting DesignerName Alan Lux SignatureCompany Luminaire Design DateAddress 3030 Pine License #City/State/Zip Los Altos, CA 92334 Phone (916) 555-4321INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANT COMPLIANCE & WORKSHEETS (check box if worksheets are included) ENV-1C Certificate of Compliance. Required on plans. MECH-1C Certificate of Compliance. Required on plans. LTG-1C Certificate of Compliance. Required on plans. MECH-2C Air/Water Side/Service Hot Water & Pool Requirements. LTG-2C Lighting Controls Credit Worksheet. MECH-3C Mechanical Ventilation and Reheat. LTG-3C Indoor Lighting Power Allowance. MECH-5C Mechanical Equipment Details.EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 3 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 3
  4. 4. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENPERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 2 of 3) PERF-1CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011ANNUAL TDV ENERGY USE SUMMARY (kBtu/sqft-yr) Standard Proposed ComplianceEnergy Component Design Design MarginSpace Heating 0.35 0.76 -0.41Space Cooling 169.79 95.44 74.36Indoor Fans 85.22 100.05 -14.83Heat Rejection 0.00 0.00 0.00Pumps & Misc. 0.00 0.00 0.00Domestic Hot Water 62.92 62.92 0.00Lighting 90.33 61.75 28.57Receptacle 67.78 67.78 0.00Process 65.00 65.00 0.00Process Lighting 26.81 26.81 0.00 TOTALS 568.20 480.51 87.69Percent better than Standard 15.4 % ( 18.4 % excluding process) BUILDING COMPLIESGENERAL INFORMATIONBuilding Orientation (N) 0 deg Conditioned Floor Area 4,480 sqft.Number of Stories 2 Unconditioned Floor Area 800 sqft.Number of Systems 3 Conditioned Footprint Area 2,880 sqft.Number of Zones 4 Natural Gas Available On Site Yes Orientation Gross Area Glazing Area Glazing RatioFront Elevation (N) 800 sqft. 320 sqft. 40.0 %Left Elevation (E) 1,040 sqft. 320 sqft. 30.8 %Rear Elevation (S) 1,900 sqft. 260 sqft. 13.7 %Right Elevation (W) 720 sqft. 0sqft. 0.0 % Total 4,460 sqft. 900 sqft. 20.2 %Roof 2,880 sqft. 0 sqft. 0.0 % Standard Proposed Prescriptive Values forPrescriptive Lighting Power Density 1.157 W/sqft. 0.844 W/sqft. Comparison only. SeePrescriptive Envelope TDV Energy 143,345 129,246 LTG-1C for allowed LPD.Remarks:Standard Building (Compliance) EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 4 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 4
  5. 5. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENPERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 3 of 3) PERF-1CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011ZONE INFORMATION Floor Inst. Ctrl. Allowed LPD Proc. Area LPD Credits Area Tailored Loads 1 2 3 4 System Name Zone Name Occupancy Type (sqft.) (W/sf) (W/sf) (W/sf) (W/sf) (W/sf)Retail Mech. System Retail Zone Retail Sales, Wholesale 1,280 0.797 Unconditioned Storage Commercial, Industrial Storage 800 0.388 0.058Office Mech System Office Zone Office > 250 sqft 1,920 0.717 0.143 1.000Restaurant Mech Sys. Restaurant Zone Dining 1,280 1.297 2.500Notes: 1. See LTG-1C 2. See LTG-2C 3. See LTG-3C 4. See LTG-4C Items above require special documentation (items marked with asterisk, see LTG-1-C by others) (by others)EXCEPTIONAL CONDITIONS COMPLIANCE CHECKLISTThe local enforcement agency should pay special attention to the items specified in this checklist. These items require special writtenjustification and documentation, and special verification to be used with the performance approach. The local enforcement agencydetermines the adequacy of the justifications, and may reject a building or design that otherwise complies based on the adequacy of thespecial justification and documentation submitted.The HVAC System Retail Mech. System includes Demand Control Ventilation per Standards Section 121.The HVAC System Retail Mech. System incorporates HERS verified Duct Leakage. Target leakage is calculated and documented on the MECH-4-A.The HVAC System Office Mech System incorporates HERS verified Duct Leakage. Target leakage is calculated and documented on the MECH-4-A.The HVAC System Restaurant Mech Sys. includes Demand Control Ventilation per Standards Section 121.The HVAC System Restaurant Mech Sys. incorporates HERS verified Duct Leakage. Target leakage is calculated and documented on the MECH-4-A.The HVAC System Carrier 48PGM-07---5/6 includes an Economizer. This system has a cooling output < 75,000 Btuh or a supply cfm < 2500.The HVAC System Carrier 48PGL-07---5/6 includes an Economizer. This system has a cooling output < 75,000 Btuh or a supply cfm < 2500.The exceptional features listed in this performance approach application have specifically been reviewed. Adequate written justification anddocumentation for their use have been provided by the applicant.Authorized Signature or Stamp _________________________________________EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 5 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 5
  6. 6. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 1 of 3) ENV-1CAND FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011Project Address Climate Zone Total Cond. Floor Area Addition Floor Area1234 Main St. Sacramento 12 4,480 n/aGENERAL INFORMATIONBuilding Type: Nonresidential High-Rise Residential Hotel/Motel Guest Room Relocatable Public School Schools (Public School) Conditioned Spaces Unconditioned Spaces Bldg. 2 Skylight Area for Large Enclosed Space ≥ 8000 ft (If checked include the ENV-4C with submittal)Phase of Construction: New Construction Addition AlterationApproach of Compliance: Component Overall Envelope Unconditioned (file affidavit)Front Orientation: N, E, S, W or in Degrees: 0 deg FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTOPAQUE SURFACE DETAILS INSULATION Appendix 4 Orientation Exterior R- Interior R- N, E, S, W Condition Area (ft2) U-Factor Furring3 Furring3 Exterior R-Value Interior Status Cavity Value Value Joint Pass Fail2 Tag/ID Assembly Type1 Wall 240 (N) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New2 Wall 160 (E) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New3 Slab 1,280 (N) 0.730 None 4.4.7-A1 New4 Demising 200 (N) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New5 Roof 1,600 (N) 0.025 R-38 4.2.1-A21 New6 Wall 240 (E) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New7 Wall 240 (S) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New8 Wall 376 (W) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New9 Door 24 (W) 0.500 None 4.5.1-A4 New10 Slab 1,600 (N) 0.730 None 4.4.7-A1 New1. See Instructions in the Nonresidential Compliance Manual, page 3-96.2. If Fail, then describe on Page 2 of the Inspection Checklist Form and take appropriate action to correct. A fail does not meet compliance.FENESTRATION SURFACE DETAILS Orientation Conditions N, E, S, W Overhang (R)SHGC Area (ft2) U-Factor U-Factor Source Source Status SHGC Pass Fail2 Max Max Fenestration Tag/ID Type1 Window 200 (N) 0.460 NFRC 0.398 NFRC New2 Window 120 (N) 0.460 NFRC 0.398 NFRC New3 Window 320 (E) 0.460 NFRC 0.398 NFRC New4 Window 260 (S) 0.460 NFRC 0.398 NFRC New1. See Instructions in the Nonresidential Compliance Manual, page 3-96.2. If Fail then describe on Page 2 of the Inspection Checklist Form and take appropriate action to correct. Verify building plans if necessary.EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 6 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 6
  7. 7. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 1 of 3) ENV-1CAND FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011Project Address Climate Zone Total Cond. Floor Area Addition Floor Area1234 Main St. Sacramento 12 4,480 n/aGENERAL INFORMATIONBuilding Type: Nonresidential High-Rise Residential Hotel/Motel Guest Room Relocatable Public School Schools (Public School) Conditioned Spaces Unconditioned Spaces Bldg. 2 Skylight Area for Large Enclosed Space ≥ 8000 ft (If checked include the ENV-4C with submittal)Phase of Construction: New Construction Addition AlterationApproach of Compliance: Component Overall Envelope Unconditioned (file affidavit)Front Orientation: N, E, S, W or in Degrees: 0 deg FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTOPAQUE SURFACE DETAILS INSULATION Appendix 4 Orientation Exterior R- Interior R- N, E, S, W Condition Area (ft2) U-Factor Furring3 Furring3 Exterior R-Value Interior Status Cavity Value Value Joint Pass Fail2Tag/ID Assembly Type11 Roof 1,280 (N) 0.025 R-38 4.2.1-A21 New12 Wall 240 (N) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New13 Wall 320 (E) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New14 Wall 1,400 (S) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New15 Wall 320 (W) 0.102 R-13 4.3.1-A3 New1. See Instructions in the Nonresidential Compliance Manual, page 3-96.2. If Fail, then describe on Page 2 of the Inspection Checklist Form and take appropriate action to correct. A fail does not meet compliance.FENESTRATION SURFACE DETAILS Orientation Conditions N, E, S, W Overhang (R)SHGC Area (ft2) U-Factor U-Factor Source Source Status SHGC Pass Fail2 Max Max Fenestration Tag/ID Type1. See Instructions in the Nonresidential Compliance Manual, page 3-96.2. If Fail then describe on Page 2 of the Inspection Checklist Form and take appropriate action to correct. Verify building plans if necessary.EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 7 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 7
  8. 8. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 2 of 3) ENV-1CAND FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011ROOFING PRODUCT (COOL ROOFS)(Note if the roofing product is not CRRC certified, this compliance approach cannot be used). Go to Overall Envelope Approach orPerformance Approach.CHECK APPLICABLE BOX BELOW IF EXEMPT FROM THE ROOFING PRODUCT “COOL ROOF” REQUIREMENTS: Pass Fail1 N/A Roofing compliance not required in Climate Zones 1 and16 with a Low-Sloped. 2:12 pitch or less. Roofing compliance not required in Climate Zone 1 with a Steep-Sloped with less than 5 lb/ft2. Greater than 2:12 pitch. Low-sloped Wood framed roofs in Climate Zones 3 and 5 are exempted, solar reflectance and thermal emittance or SRI that have a U-factor of 0.039 or lower. See Opaque Surface Details roof assembly, Column H of ENV-2C. Low-sloped Metal building roofs in Climate Zone 3 and 5 are exempted, solar relectance and thermal emittance or SRI that have a U-factor of 0.048 or lower. See Opaque Surface Details roof assembly below, Column H of ENV-2C. The roof area covered by building integrated photovoltaic panels and building integrated solar thermal panels are exempted. Solar reflectance and thermal emittance or SRI, see spreadsheet calculator at www.energy.ca.gov/title24/ Roof constructions that have thermal mass over the roof membrane with a weight of at least 25 lb/ft2 are exempt from the Cool Roof criteria below. High-rise residential buildings and hotels and motels with low-sloped roofs in Climate Zones 1 through 9, 12 and 16 are exempted from the low-sloped roofing criteria.1. If Fail then describe on this page of the Inspection Checklist Form and take appropriate action to correct. Verify building plans if necessary. CRRC Product ID Roof Slope Product Weight Product Aged Solar Thermal Number1 ≤ 2:12 > 2:12 < 5lb/ft2 ≥ 5lb/ft2 Type2 Reflectance3 Emmitance SRI5 Pass Fail6 4 4 4 4 4 41. The CRRC Product ID Number can be obtained from the Cool Roof Rating Council’s Rated Product Directory atwww.coolroofs.org/products/search.php2. Indicate the type of product is being used for the roof top, i.e. single-ply roof, asphalt roof, metal roof, etc.3. If the Aged Reflectance is not available in the Cool Roof Rating Council’s Rated Product Directory then use the Initial Reflectance value from thesame directory and use the equation (0.2+0.7(ρinitial – 0.2) to obtain a calculated aged value. Where ρ is the Initial Solar Reflectance from the CoolRoof Rating Council’s Rated Product Directory.4. Check box if the Aged Reflectance is a calculated value using the equation above.5. The SRI value needs to be calculated from a spreadsheet calculator at http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/6. If Fail then describe on this page of the Inspection Checklist Form and take appropriate action to correct. Verify building plans if necessary.To apply Liquid Field Applied Coatings, the coating must be applied across the entire roof surface and meet the dry mil thickness or coveragerecommended by the coatings manufacturer and meet minimum performance requirements listed in §118(i)4. Select the applicable coating: Aluminum-Pigmented Asphalt Roof Coating Cement-Based Roof Coating Other ______________________Discrepancies:EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 8 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 8
  9. 9. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 3 of 3) ENV-1CAND FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011Required Acceptance TestsDesigner:This form is to be used by the designer and attached to the plans. Listed below is the acceptance test for EnvelopeFenestrations system. The designer is required to check the acceptance tests and list all the fenestration products thatrequire an acceptance test. If all the site-built fenestration of a certain type requires a test, list the different fenestrationproducts and the number of systems. The NA7 Section in the Appendix of the Nonresidential Reference AppendicesManual describes the test. Since this form will be part of the plans, completion of this section will allow the responsibleparty to budget for the scope of work appropriately.Enforcement Agency:Systems Acceptance. Before Occupancy Permit is granted for a newly constructed building or space or whenever newfenestration is installed in the building or space shall be certified as meeting the Acceptance Requirements.The ENV-2A form is not considered a complete form and is not to be accepted by the enforcement agency unless theboxes are checked and/or filled and signed. In addition, a Certificate of Acceptance forms shall be submitted to theenforcement agency that certifies plans, specifications, installation certificates, and operating and maintenanceinformation meet the requirements of §10-103(b) of Title 24 Part 6. The field inspector must receive the properly filledout and signed forms before the building can receive final occupancy. A copy of the ENV-2A for each differentfenestration product line must be provided to the owner of the building for their records. Test Description ENV-2A Test Performed By: Fenestration Products Name or ID Area of like Building Envelope Requiring Testing or Verification Products Acceptance TestInterpane INE-177 900EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 9 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 9
  10. 10. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 1 of 3) LTG-1CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011INDOOR LIGHTING SCHEDULE and FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTInstallation Certificate, LTG-1- INST (Retain a copy and verify form is completed and signed.) Field InspectorCertificate of Acceptance, LTG-2A and LTG-3A (Retain a copy and verify form is completed and signed.) Field InspectorA separate Lighting Schedule Must Be Filled Out for Conditioned and Unconditioned Spaces Installed Lighting Power listed onthis Lighting Schedule is only for: CONDITIONED SPACE UNCONDITIONED SPACE The actual indoor lighting power listed below includes all installed permanent and portable lighting systems in accordance with §146(a). Only for offices: Up to the first 0.2 watts per square foot of portable lighting shall not be required to be included in the calculation of actual indoor lighting power density in accordance with the Exception to §146(a). All portable lighting in excess of 0.2 watts per square foot is totaled below. Luminaire (Type, Lamps, Ballasts) Installed Watts A B C D E F G H How wattage Field Was determined Inspector2 To §130 (d or e) Watts (D X F) Luminaires Luminaire1 Number of According Watts per Installed None CEC or Complete Luminaire Description1 Default Pass Fail Item (i.e, 3 lamp fluorescent troffer, From Tag F32T8, one dimmable electronic ballasts) NA8 2 Lamp 18w Compact Quad 4 Pin Elec 38.0 20 760 45w per ft Track Light 45.0 20 900 2 Lamp 4 ft T8 Rapid Start ElecRO 51.0 20 1,020 A-1 2 Lamp 4 ft T8 Rapid Start ElecRO 51.0 27 1,377 Installed Watts Page Total: 4,057 Installed Watts Building Total Building total number of pages: (Sum of all pages) 4,057 Enter into LTG-1C Page 4 of 41. Wattage shall be determined according to Section 130 (d and e). Wattage shall be rating of light fixture, not rating of bulb.2. If Fail then describe on Page 2 of the Inspection Checklist Form and take appropriate action to correct. Verify building plans if necessary.EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 10 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 10
  11. 11. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 1 of 3) LTG-1CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011INDOOR LIGHTING SCHEDULE and FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTInstallation Certificate, LTG-1- INST (Retain a copy and verify form is completed and signed.) Field InspectorCertificate of Acceptance, LTG-2A and LTG-3A (Retain a copy and verify form is completed and signed.) Field InspectorA separate Lighting Schedule Must Be Filled Out for Conditioned and Unconditioned Spaces Installed Lighting Power listed onthis Lighting Schedule is only for: CONDITIONED SPACE UNCONDITIONED SPACE The actual indoor lighting power listed below includes all installed permanent and portable lighting systems in accordance with §146(a). Only for offices: Up to the first 0.2 watts per square foot of portable lighting shall not be required to be included in the calculation of actual indoor lighting power density in accordance with the Exception to §146(a). All portable lighting in excess of 0.2 watts per square foot is totaled below. Luminaire (Type, Lamps, Ballasts) Installed Watts A B C D E F G H How wattage Field Was determined Inspector2 To §130 (d or e) Watts (D X F) Luminaires Luminaire1 Number of According Watts per Installed None CEC or Complete Luminaire Description1 Default Pass Fail Item (i.e, 3 lamp fluorescent troffer, From Tag F32T8, one dimmable electronic ballasts) NA8 F-3 2 Lamp 4 ft T8 Rapid Start Elec 62.0 5 310 Installed Watts Page Total: 310 Installed Watts Building Total Building total number of pages: (Sum of all pages) 310 Enter into LTG-1C Page 4 of 41. Wattage shall be determined according to Section 130 (d and e). Wattage shall be rating of light fixture, not rating of bulb.2. If Fail then describe on Page 2 of the Inspection Checklist Form and take appropriate action to correct. Verify building plans if necessary.EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 11 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 11
  12. 12. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 2 of 3) LTG-1CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011INDOOR LIGHTING SCHEDULE and FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST 2Fill in controls for all spaces: a) area controls, b) multi-level controls, c) manual daylighting controls for daylit areas > 250 ft , 2automatic daylighting controls for daylit areas > 2,500 ft , d) shut-off controls, e) display lighting controls, f) tailored lighting controls –general lighting controlled separately from display, ornamental and display case lighting and g) demand responsive automatic 2controls for retail stores > 50,000 ft , in accordance with Section 131. FieldMANDATORY LIGHTING CONTROLS – FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST Inspector Number Special Type/ Description of Units Location in Building Features Pass FailSPECIAL FEATURES INSPECTION CHECKLIST (See Page 2 of 4 of LTG-1C)The local enforcement agency should pay special attention to the items specified in this checklist. These items require special writtenjustification and documentation, and special verification. The local enforcement agency determines the adequacy of the justification,and may reject a building or design that otherwise complies based on the adequacy of the special justification and documentationsubmitted.Field Inspector’s Notes or Discrepancies:EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 12 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 12
  13. 13. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE (Part 3 of 3) LTG-1CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011CONDITIONED AND UNCONDITIONED SPACE LIGHTING MUST NOT BE COMBINED FOR COMPLIANCE Indoor Lighting Power for Conditioned Spaces Indoor Lighting Power for Unconditioned Spaces Watts WattsInstalled Lighting 4,057 Installed Lighting 310(from Conditioned LTG-1C, Page 2) (from Unconditioned LTG-1C, Page 2)Lighting Control Credit - 275 Lighting Control Credit - 47Conditioned Spaces (from LTG-2C) Unconditioned Spaces (from LTG-2C)Adjusted Installed = 3,782 Adjusted Installed = 264Lighting Power Lighting PowerComplies if Installed ≤ Allowed ↕ Complies if Installed ≤ Allowed ↕Allowed Lighting Power Allowed Lighting Power 3,782 480Conditioned Spaces (from LTG-3C or PERF-1) Unconditioned Spaces (from LTG-3C)Required Acceptance TestsDesigner:This form is to be used by the designer and attached to the plans. Listed below is the acceptance test for the Lighting system,LTG-2A and LTG-3A. The designer is required to check the acceptance tests and list all control devices serving the building or spaceshall be certified as meeting the Acceptance Requirements for Code Compliance. If all the lighting system or control of a certain typerequires a test, list the different lighting and the number of systems. The NA7 Section in the Appendix of the NonresidentialReference Appendices Manual describes the test. Since this form will be part of the plans, completion of this section will allow theresponsible party to budget for the scope of work appropriately. Forms can be grouped by type of Luminaire controlled.Enforcement Agency:Systems Acceptance. Before Occupancy Permit is granted for a newly constructed building or space or when ever new lightingsystem with controls is installed in the building or space shall be certified as meeting the Acceptance Requirements.The LTG-2A and LTG-3A forms are not considered complete forms and are not to be accepted by the enforcement agency unlessthe boxes are checked and/or filled and signed. In addition, a Certificate of Acceptance forms shall be submitted to the enforcementagency that certifies plans, specifications, installation certificates, and operating and maintenance information meet the requirementsof §10-103(b) of Title 24 Part 6. The field inspector must receive the properly filled out and signed forms before the building canreceive final occupancy. A copy of the LTG-2A and LTG-3A for each different lighting luminaire control(s) must be provided to theowner of the building for their records. LTG-2A and Luminaires Controlled LTG-3A Controls and Sensors and Number of Automatic Luminaires Daylighting Controls Equipment Requiring Testing Description controlled Location AcceptanceOcc Sensor - Storage 2 Lamp 4 ft T8 Rapid Start Elec 5 Storage RoomOcc Sensor - Multi-Level 2 Lamp 4 ft T8 Rapid Start ElecRO 27 OfficeEnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 13 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 13
  14. 14. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE and (Part 1 of 4) MECH-1CFIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011Project Address Climate Zone Total Cond. Floor Area Addition Floor Area1234 Main St. Sacramento 12 4,480 n/aGENERAL INFORMATIONBuilding Type: Nonresidential High-Rise Residential Hotel/Motel Guest Room Unconditioned Spaces Schools (Public School) Relocatable Public School Bldg. Conditioned Spaces (affidavit)Phase of Construction: New Construction Addition Alteration Overall Envelope TDVApproach of Compliance: Component Unconditioned (file affidavit) EnergyFront Orientation: N, E, S, W or in Degrees: 0 degHVAC SYSTEM DETAILS FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST Meets Criteria or Requirements 2 2Equipment Inspection Criteria Pass Fail – Describe ReasonItem or System Tags(i.e. AC-1, RTU-1, HP-1) DHW Heater 3Equipment Type : Gas Fired DHW BoilerNumber of Systems 1 1Max Allowed Heating Capacity 40,000 Btu/hr 1 0.58 EFMinimum Heating Efficiency 1Max Allowed Cooling Capacity n/a 1Cooling Efficiency n/aDuct Location/ R-Value n/aWhen duct testing is required, submitMECH-4A & MECH-4-HERS n/aEconomizer n/aThermostat n/aFan Control n/a FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST 2 2Equipment Inspection Criteria Pass Fail – Describe ReasonItem or System Tags(i.e. AC-1, RTU-1, HP-1) Retail Mech. System 3Equipment Type : Packaged DXNumber of Systems 1 1Max Allowed Heating Capacity 91,500 Btu/hr 1Minimum Heating Efficiency 81% AFUE 1Max Allowed Cooling Capacity 72,100 Btu/hr 1Cooling Efficiency 12.0 EERDuct Location/ R-Value Attic, Ceiling Ins, vented / 8.0When duct testing is required, submitMECH-4A & MECH-4-HERS YesEconomizer Diff. Temp (Integrated)Thermostat Setback RequiredFan Control Constant Volume1. If the Actual installed equipment performance efficiency and capacity is less than the Proposed (from the energy compliance submittal or from the building plans) the responsible party shall resubmit energy compliance to include the new changes.2. For additional detailed discrepancy use Page 2 of the Inspection Checklist Form. Compliance fails if a Fail box is checked.3. Indicate Equipment Type: Gas (Pkg or, Split), VAV, HP (Pkg or split), Hydronic, PTAC, or other.EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 14 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 14
  15. 15. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE and (Part 1 of 4) MECH-1CFIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011Project Address Climate Zone Total Cond. Floor Area Addition Floor Area1234 Main St. Sacramento 12 4,480 n/aGENERAL INFORMATIONBuilding Type: Nonresidential High-Rise Residential Hotel/Motel Guest Room Unconditioned Spaces Schools (Public School) Relocatable Public School Bldg. Conditioned Spaces (affidavit)Phase of Construction: New Construction Addition Alteration Overall Envelope TDVApproach of Compliance: Component Unconditioned (file affidavit) EnergyFront Orientation: N, E, S, W or in Degrees: 0 degHVAC SYSTEM DETAILS FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST Meets Criteria or Requirements 2 2Equipment Inspection Criteria Pass Fail – Describe ReasonItem or System Tags(i.e. AC-1, RTU-1, HP-1) Office Mech System 3Equipment Type : Packaged DXNumber of Systems 1 1Max Allowed Heating Capacity 60,800 Btu/hr 1 81% AFUEMinimum Heating Efficiency 1Max Allowed Cooling Capacity 72,100 Btu/hr 1Cooling Efficiency 12.0 EERDuct Location/ R-Value Attic, Ceiling Ins, vented / 8.0When duct testing is required, submitMECH-4A & MECH-4-HERS YesEconomizer Diff. Temp (Integrated)Thermostat Setback RequiredFan Control Constant Volume FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST 2 2Equipment Inspection Criteria Pass Fail – Describe ReasonItem or System Tags(i.e. AC-1, RTU-1, HP-1) Restaurant Mech Sys. 3Equipment Type : Packaged DXNumber of Systems 1 1Max Allowed Heating Capacity 148,400 Btu/hr 1Minimum Heating Efficiency 82% AFUE 1Max Allowed Cooling Capacity 159,900 Btu/hr 1Cooling Efficiency 11.4 EERDuct Location/ R-Value Attic, Ceiling Ins, vented / 8.0When duct testing is required, submitMECH-4A & MECH-4-HERS YesEconomizer Diff. Temp (Integrated)Thermostat Setback RequiredFan Control Constant Volume1. If the Actual installed equipment performance efficiency and capacity is less than the Proposed (from the energy compliance submittal or from the building plans) the responsible party shall resubmit energy compliance to include the new changes.2. For additional detailed discrepancy use Page 2 of the Inspection Checklist Form. Compliance fails if a Fail box is checked.3. Indicate Equipment Type: Gas (Pkg or, Split), VAV, HP (Pkg or split), Hydronic, PTAC, or other.EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 15 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 15
  16. 16. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE and (Part 2 of 4) MECH-1CFIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLISTProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011Discrepancies:EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 16 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 16
  17. 17. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE and FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST (Part 3 of 4) MECH-1CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011Required Acceptance TestsDesigner:This form is to be used by the designer and attached to the plans. Listed below are all the acceptance tests for mechanical systems. The designer is required to check the applicableboxes by all acceptance tests that apply and listed all equipment that requires an acceptance test. If all equipment of a certain type requires a test, list the equipment description andthe number of systems. The NA number designates the Section in the Appendix of the Nonresidential Reference Appendices Manual that describes the test. Since this form will bepart of the plans, completion of this section will allow the responsible party to budget for the scope of work appropriately.Building Departments:Systems Acceptance: Before occupancy permit is granted for a newly constructed building or space, or a new space-conditioning system serving a building or space is operated fornormal use, all control devices serving the building or space shall be certified as meeting the Acceptance Requirements for Code Compliance.Systems Acceptance: Before occupancy permit is granted. All newly installed HVAC equipment must be tested using the Acceptance Requirements.The MECH-1C form is not considered a completed form and is not to be accepted by the building department unless the correct boxes are checked. The equipment requiring testing,person performing the test (Example: HVAC installer, TAB contractor, controls contractor, PE in charge of project) and what Acceptance test must be conducted. The followingchecked-off forms are required for ALL newly installed equipment. In addition a Certificate of Acceptance forms shall be submitted to the building department that certifies plans,specifications, installation, certificates, and operating and maintenance information meet the requirements of §10-103(b) and Title-24 Part 6. The building inspector must receive theproperly filled out and signed forms before the building can receive final occupancy. TEST DESCRIPTION MECH-2A MECH-3A MECH-4A MECH-5A MECH-6A MECH-7A MECH-8A MECH-9A MECH-10A MECH-11A Hydronic Outdoor Constant Demand Supply System Automatic Ventilation Volume & Air Control Supply Valve Water Variable Demand For Single-Zone Distribution Economizer Ventilation Fan Leakage Temp. Flow Shed Equipment Requiring Testing or Verification Qty. VAV & CAV Unitary Ducts Controls DCV VAV Test Reset Control ControlCarrier 48PGM-07---5/6 1Carrier 48PGL-07---5/6 1Carrier 48PGL-14---5/6 1EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 17 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 17
  18. 18. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENCERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE and FIELD INSPECTION ENERGY CHECKLIST (Part 4 of 4) MECH-1CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011 TEST DESCRIPTION MECH-12A MECH-13A MECH-14A MECH-15A Fault Automatic Fault Distributed Detection & Detection & Energy Storage Thermal Energy Diagnostics Diagnostics for DX AC Storage (TES) Equipment Requiring Testing Qty. for DX Units Air & Zone Systems Systems Test Performed By:Carrier 48PGM-07---5/6 1Carrier 48PGL-07---5/6 1Carrier 48PGL-14---5/6 1EnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 18 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 18
  19. 19. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENLIGHTING CONTROLS CREDIT WORKSHEET (Part 1 of 2) LTG-2CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011POWER ADJUSTMENT FACTORS (PAF) FOR NON-DAYLIGHT CONTROLSA Separate PAF Worksheet Must Be Filled Out for Conditioned and Unconditioned Spaces. Control Credits listed on thisschedule are only for: CONDITIONED SPACES UNCONDITIONED SPACES A B C D E F G Watts of Power Control Room # Zone ID Plan Room Area Control Adjustments Credit Watts Areas Lighting Control Description1 Reference (ft2) Lighting Factor2 (E x F)Office Occ Sensor - Multi-Level A-1 1,920 1,377 0.20 275 PAGE TOTAL 275Note: Building total of non-daylight control credit watts for all pages of LTG-2C Page 1 of 2Conditioned and 0Unconditioned Enter building total of all daylight controls credit watts from LTG-2C Page 2 of 2Space shall be BUILDING TOTAL OF ALL CONTROL CREDIT WATTSseparately (FOR BOTH NON-DAYLIGHT AND DAYLIGHT CONTROL CREDITS) Enter in LTG-1C; Page 4: Lighting Control Credit as appropriate for CONDITIONED 275totaled or UNCONDITIONED Spaces1. Description shall be consistent with Type of Control defined in Table 146-C2. Power Adjustment Factor taken from Table 146-CEnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 19 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 19
  20. 20. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENLIGHTING CONTROLS CREDIT WORKSHEET (Part 1 of 2) LTG-2CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011POWER ADJUSTMENT FACTORS (PAF) FOR NON-DAYLIGHT CONTROLSA Separate PAF Worksheet Must Be Filled Out for Conditioned and Unconditioned Spaces. Control Credits listed on thisschedule are only for: CONDITIONED SPACES UNCONDITIONED SPACES A B C D E F G Watts of Power Control Room # Zone ID Plan Room Area Control Adjustments Credit Watts Areas Lighting Control Description1 Reference (ft2) Lighting Factor2 (E x F)Storage Room Occ Sensor - Storage F-3 800 310 0.15 47 PAGE TOTAL 47Note: Building total of non-daylight control credit watts for all pages of LTG-2C Page 1 of 2Conditioned and 0Unconditioned Enter building total of all daylight controls credit watts from LTG-2C Page 2 of 2Space shall be BUILDING TOTAL OF ALL CONTROL CREDIT WATTSseparately (FOR BOTH NON-DAYLIGHT AND DAYLIGHT CONTROL CREDITS) Enter in LTG-1C; Page 4: Lighting Control Credit as appropriate for CONDITIONED 47totaled or UNCONDITIONED Spaces1. Description shall be consistent with Type of Control defined in Table 146-C2. Power Adjustment Factor taken from Table 146-CEnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 20 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 20
  21. 21. Section 7 Commercial CalGREENINDOOR LIGHTING POWER ALLOWANCE LTG-3CProject Name DateNonresidential Sample Building 8/5/2011ALLOWED LIGHTING POWER (Chose One Method)A Separate LTG-3C must be filled out for Conditioned and Unconditioned Spaces. Indoor Lighting Power Allowances listed on thispage are only for: CONDITIONED SPACES UNCONDITIONED SPACESCOMPLETE BUILDING METHOD WATTS COMPLETE ALLOWED BUILDING CATEGORY (From §146 Table 146-E) 2 PER (ft ) X BLDG. AREA = WATTS TOTALS AREA WATTSAREA CATEGORY METHOD WATTS ALLOWED BUILDING CATEGORY (From §146 Table 146-F) 2 PER (ft ) X Area ft 2 = WATTSCommercial, Industrial Storage 0.60 800 480 TOTALS 800 480 AREA WATTSTAILORED METHOD Total Allowed Watts using the Tailored Method taken from LTG-4C (Page 1 of 4) Row 3 0The indoor lighting power allowance using the Tailored Method of compliance shall be determined using the LTG-4C set of forms. A separate set of LTG-4C forms shall be filled out for CONDITIONED and UNCONDITIONED spacesEnergyPro 5.1 by EnergySoft User Number: 7080 RunCode: 2011-08-05T15:14:13 ID: M98000 Page 21 of 25 Title 24 8/24 Page 21

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