[Equest-users] LEED Modeling

Daniel Knapp danielk at arborus.ca
Wed Sep 23 10:47:10 PDT 2015

Since bus charging stations do not appear in ASHRAE 90.1, they are not regulated (i.e. not regulated by 90.1) and therefore fall under other/process loads. 

Daniel Knapp, PhD, PPhys, LEED® AP O+M
danielk at arborus.ca

Arborus Consulting
Energy Strategies for the Built Environment
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Ottawa, ON, K1S 1V9 
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> On Sep 23, 2015, at 1:27 PM, Matthew J. Baron <mbaron at wendelcompanies.com> wrote:
> This is more of a question on LEED as opposed to how to model it in equest. I am working on a large bus maintenance facility with internal bus storage. The client wants to install bus charging stations in the parking/storage portion of the building. Would this classify as a process load or regulated load for LEED? My thought for modeling this would be simply to determine a kw load and add it to the electric meter scheduled to run overnight. Thanks in advance.
> Thank you,
> Matthew J. Baron, PE
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