Use of the ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide for K-12 Schools in EA Credit 1, LEED for Schools
|Published on||5 Mar 2008|
The Energy and Atmosphere Technical Advisory Group has approved the use of the ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide (AEDG) for K-12 Schools. The guide can be downloaded for free by following this URL:
The guide is available for use by projects that are less than 100,000 gross square feet. It is required that the project have HVAC systems specified in Chapter 3 climate zone tables and follow recommendations contained in Chapter 5 (HV1-32), as appropriate for the climate zone in which the building is located. Furthermore, the building must comply with the scope restrictions in the Introduction of the Guide; schools that include extraordinary heat or pollution generation (such as indoor pools, wet labs [e.g., chemistry], “dirty” dry labs [e.g., wood-working or auto shop], etc.) are not eligible to use the guide.
LEED for Schools Rating System and Reference Guide errata will be issued shortly, as well as an amendment to the LEED-Online submittal template. Questions can be directed to [email protected]