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10/5/22 – Upcoming Audit Template feature release advance notice: On October 31, 2022, the Audit Template will be updated to include the following changes:
- New data entry procedure for energy efficiency measures and packages on the Energy Savings Opportunities screen. This will allow energy savings measures to be associated with buildings (or NYC properties) such that one energy savings measure may be associated with many energy savings packages. Existing data will not be lost; however, it will be displayed differently. For example, measures and packages will be displayed in separate tables.
- Upgrade BuildingSync XML schema from version 2.3.0 to version 2.4.0. Please note that this will prevent existing version 2.3.0 BuildingSync XML documents from importing into the Audit Template tool without prior modification. Please refer to the BuildingSync XML Schema Changelog details.
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Asset Score/Audit Template.
Asset Score is a national standardized tool that may be used to assess the physical and structural energy efficiency and identify retrofit potentials of commercial buildings using whole-building simulation. Learn More .
Getting Started: Collect building data, register for an account, log in, select the Asset Score tab from the home page, create a building, input data and submit for a score. View the Quick Start Guide for details.
The Audit Template tool may be used to create a standard building energy audit report and submit to selected jurisdictions to comply with local ordinances. Learn More .
Getting Started: Register for an account, log in, select the Audit Template tab from the home page, add a report, input building audit data and submit. View the Quick Start Guide for details.
A Quick Reference Instruction (QRI) document for users of the DC BEPS Energy Audit Report Template is also available.
The TSPR analysis tool may be used to calculate the Total System Performance Ratio (TSPR) for Washington State’s performance based energy code compliance path for HVAC Systems. Learn More .
Getting Started: Collect building data, register for an account, log in, select the TSPR tab from the home page, create a building, input data and submit for analysis. View the Quick Start Guide for details or the TSPR HVAC System Data Entry Example for guidance.