The focus of the nonresidential grid integration measures are to adjust the demand response control requirements so buildings that comply with Title 24, Part 6 are more likely to use their controls to participate in demand response events, including pricing events.
This measure proposes to require ventilation to be shut off to the guest room within 5 minutes of all occupants leaving the room, and require temperature setpoints of at least 60°F for heating and 80°F for cooling for unrented and unoccupied guest rooms.
The focus of the Residential Fault Detection and Diagnostics CASE Report is to provide credit for use of advanced technologies that detect when residential HVAC systems are installed and operated optimally.
This report covers the work done during spring 2016 through winter 2017 as a continuation of the Central Valley Research Homes project which began in 2012. This phase of the project evaluated the installed performance…