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User Id: 
Certification Date: 
September 21, 2006
Credential: 
LEED AP
Credential Status: 
Active
LEED Specific CE Hours: 
6
prescriptive: 
not prescriptive
Activity log: 
Author: lmanzo@usgbc.org Date: 09 Dec, 2016 Credential: 5299 Certification Date: 2006-09-21T00:00:00 Reporting start: Reporting end: LEED Specific CE Hours: 6 Credential Status: Active

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Pilot Credit Closed - New Version Available

This credit was closed on 12/9/2016, but a new version, EQpc114 is available in the pilot credit library.

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Credential
User Id: 
Certification Date: 
December 9, 2016
Reporting Period Start Date: 
December 9, 2016
Reporting Period End Date: 
December 8, 2018
Credential: 
LEED for Homes Green Rater
Credential Status: 
Active
prescriptive: 
not prescriptive
Activity log: 
Author: jhanzal@usgbc.org Date: 09 Dec, 2016 Credential: 5300 Certification Date: 2016-12-09T00:00:00 Reporting start: 2016-12-09T00:00:00 Reporting end: 2018-12-11T00:00:00 LEED Specific CE Hours: Credential Status: Active Author: jhanzal@usgbc.org Date: 09 Dec, 2016 Credential: 5300 Certification Date: 2016-12-09T00:00:00 Reporting start: 2016-12-09T00:00:00 Reporting end: 2018-12-08T00:00:00 LEED Specific CE Hours: Credential Status: Active
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LEED O+M: Existing Buildings | v4 - LEED v4

Learning controls for thermal comfort

Possible 1 point

Intent

Note: this is a pilot alternative compliance path available for the following credits:

To promote occupants’ productivity, comfort, and well-being by providing quality thermal comfort.

Requirements

Control

Have in place an automated and learning heating and cooling system that provides occupant control. The system must use usage and control data in an effort optimize comfort for the users and have the capacity to control heating and cooling and/or airflow at the zone level.

Have a plan to test and repair or replace devices or systems according to the manufacturer or developer’s recommended interval.

Track and document the changes made by the learning system. Identify where comfort increased or decreased and if more or less energy was used as a result of the system’s changes.

Feedback

Have in place automated and learning heating and cooling controls that provide usage feedback. Feedback should be delivered through more than one mode of communication to inform the occupants about the actual thermal comfort trends in their workspace or residence.

Feedback may be real time or through regular reporting mechanisms, but must be communicated at least on a monthly basis. Feedback must include contextual comparisons in text and visual displays

Submittals

General

Register for the pilot credit

Credits 106-115

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LEED O+M: Existing Buildings | v3 - LEED 2009

Learning controls for thermal comfort

EQpc114 | Possible 1 point

Intent

Note: this is a pilot alternative compliance path available for the following credits:

To promote occupants’ productivity, comfort, and well-being by providing quality thermal comfort.

Requirements

Control

Have in place an automated and learning heating and cooling system that provides occupant control. The system must use usage and control data in an effort optimize comfort for the users and have the capacity to control heating and cooling and/or airflow at the zone level.

Have a plan to test and repair or replace devices or systems according to the manufacturer or developer’s recommended interval.

Track and document the changes made by the learning system. Identify where comfort increased or decreased and if more or less energy was used as a result of the system’s changes.

Feedback

Have in place automated and learning heating and cooling controls that provide usage feedback. Feedback should be delivered through more than one mode of communication to inform the occupants about the actual thermal comfort trends in their workspace or residence.

Feedback may be real time or through regular reporting mechanisms, but must be communicated at least on a monthly basis. Feedback must include contextual comparisons in text and visual displays

Submittals

General

Register for the pilot credit

Credits 106-115

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LEED BD+C: New Construction | v3 - LEED 2009

Learning controls for thermal comfort

EQpc114 | Possible 2 points

Intent

Note: this is a pilot alternative compliance path available for the following credits:

LEED 2009 BD+C AND ID+C:

LEEDv4 BD+C AND ID+C:

To promote occupants’ productivity, comfort, and well-being by providing quality thermal comfort and to provide for the assessment of building occupant thermal comfort over time.

Requirements

Meet the thermal comfort design requirements, Option 1 or Option 2 of the LEED BD&C v4 Thermal comfort credit.

Control

Provide an automated and learning heating and cooling system that provides occupant control. The system must use usage and control data in an effort optimize comfort for the users and have the capacity to control heating, cooling, and/or airflow at the zone level.

Develop a plan to test and repair or replace devices or systems according to the manufacturer or developer’s recommended interval.

Develop a procedure for tracking and documenting the changes made by the learning system. Include identification of where comfort increased or decreased and if more or less energy was used as a result of the system’s changes.

Feedback

Provide automated and learning heating and cooling controls that provide usage feedback. Feedback should be delivered through more than one mode of communication to inform the occupants about the actual thermal comfort trends in their workspace or residence.

Feedback may be real time or through regular reporting mechanisms, but must be communicated at least on a monthly basis. Feedback must include contextual comparisons in text and visual displays

Submittals

General

Register for the pilot credit

Credits 106-115

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LEED BD+C: New Construction | v4 - LEED v4

Learning controls for thermal comfort

Possible 1 point

Intent

Note: this is a pilot alternative compliance path available for the following credits:

LEED 2009 BD+C AND ID+C:

LEEDv4 BD+C AND ID+C:

To promote occupants’ productivity, comfort, and well-being by providing quality thermal comfort and to provide for the assessment of building occupant thermal comfort over time.

Requirements

Meet the thermal comfort design requirements, Option 1 or Option 2 of the LEED BD&C v4 Thermal comfort credit.

Control

Provide an automated and learning heating and cooling system that provides occupant control. The system must use usage and control data in an effort optimize comfort for the users and have the capacity to control heating, cooling, and/or airflow at the zone level.

Develop a plan to test and repair or replace devices or systems according to the manufacturer or developer’s recommended interval.

Develop a procedure for tracking and documenting the changes made by the learning system. Include identification of where comfort increased or decreased and if more or less energy was used as a result of the system’s changes.

Feedback

Provide automated and learning heating and cooling controls that provide usage feedback. Feedback should be delivered through more than one mode of communication to inform the occupants about the actual thermal comfort trends in their workspace or residence.

Feedback may be real time or through regular reporting mechanisms, but must be communicated at least on a monthly basis. Feedback must include contextual comparisons in text and visual displays

Submittals

General

Register for the pilot credit

Credits 106-115

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Requirements

Submittals

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Register for the pilot credit

Credits 106-115

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