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HVAC
Cooling
Conventional Cooling
District Cooling
Heating: - Under floor heating
ELECTRICALS
Energy Saving
Lighting: LED Lights
Equipment: Energy Star Equipments
Power Factor Correction
Automation
SMART Energy
PLUMBING
WATER Saving
Water Re-Utilization
SMART Water
MONITORING
Energy Monitoring
Water Monitoring
GAS Monitoring
RENEWABLE ENERGY
Solar PV System
Solar Water Heating System
TECHNOLOGY
SMART Grid
Remote Access
HVAC
Cooling

Conventional Cooling
District Cooling
Demonstrate the community includes a District Cooling (DC) network that achieves a
Coefficient of Performance (COP) weighted average according to the following, and is
connected to at least 35% of the communitys buildings based on Gross Floor Area
(GFA):
2 Credit Points: COP weighted average > 4.5
4 Credit Points: COP weighted average > 5.5
1 Credit Point: Demonstrate that the peak DC system cooling demand has been
reduced by 25% through the use of thermal energy storage systems
1 Credit Point: Demonstrate that refrigerants used in the DC plant have a Global
Warming Potential (GWP) of 10 or less.

Heating: - Under floor heating


ELECTRICALS
Energy Saving
Energy Consumption
4 Credit Points: The power density of all roadway, pathway and amenity lighting
shall not exceed 80% of the figure specified for exterior areas and 50% of the figure
specified for landscape features in the IECC 2009, Section 505.6.2 Exterior Lighting.
Illuminated signage should be considered as street frontage for the purposes of
power density.

Lighting: LED Lights


External lighting drawings, specifications and calculations confirming the lighting
power densities of all roadway, pathway and amenity lighting.
Controls:
Lighting control strategy confirming that all external lighting shall be controlled as
required;
Specifications of all control measures: photocell, time switch or astronomical time
switch as required; and
Method for retaining programming for 72 hours during periods of loss of power.

As-built external lighting drawings, specifications and calculations confirming the


lighting power densities of all roadway, pathway and amenity lighting.
Controls:
Lighting control strategy confirming that all external lighting shall be controlled as
per the credit requirements;
Specifications of all control measures: photocell, time switch or astronomical time
switch as required; and
Method for retaining programming for 72 hours during periods of loss of power.

Equipment: Energy Star Equipments


Power Factor Correction
Automation
Controls
2 Credit Points: Demonstrate that all of the following have been achieved:
o All lighting not designated for dusk-to-dawn operation shall be controlled
by either a combination of a photocell and a time switch, or an
astronomical time switch
o All lighting designated for dusk-to-dawn operation shall be controlled by an

astronomical time switch or photocell


o All time switches, including astronomical types, shall be capable of
retaining programming and time settings during loss of power for a
minimum period of 72 hours
o All lighting shall be turned off at 24:00hrs, unless required for safety
reasons. If needed for safety, lighting levels shall be lowered to those
recommended in IESNA RP-33-99 and IES RP-8
o All security lighting shall be activated using motion sensors so that
luminaires are only on when someone is in the immediate area.

SMART Energy
PLUMBING

WATER Saving
Using Aerators to restrict flow
Water Re-Utilization
Re use of AC Frost water as Agricultural use
SMART Water
MONITORING
Energy Monitoring
Water Monitoring
GAS Monitoring
RENEWABLE ENERGY
Demonstrate that a percentage of the communitys total energy consumption is
supplied through renewable energy generated within the community site boundary.
Renewable energy may be supplied by developer-funded and owned systems or through
third-party onsite renewable energy hosting and purchase agreements (with a purchase
agreement of at least 5 years).
Demonstrate that an onsite renewable energy feasibility study has been
undertaken, and that one or more appropriate technologies have been selected
from the study; and
1-8 Credit Points: Demonstrate that a percentage of the communitys energy
consumption is supplied through onsite renewable energy. Points are awarded as
follows:
Wind energy systems;
Solar energy, including solar electricity and solar thermal systems;
Landfill gas;
Deep-heat geothermal, providing either electrical power or thermal energy (does
not include ground source heat pumps);
Wave/Tidal/Hydro electric energy systems; and
Organic/agricultural and animal waste to energy systems

Solar PV System
Solar Water Heating System

TECHNOLOGY
SMART Grid
Remote Access