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good morning and welcome to the first.episode of cooking coffee for 2020.I'm your host Bryant Selby I just want.to thank everybody for logging in this.morning for those of you who have logged.in this is a live stream and you are.welcome to chat in the window ask.questions while I'm doing this.demonstration just a few words about our.sponsor before we get started here this.is brought to you by energy code acecomm.which is represented by the investor.owned utilities through the auspices of.the CPUC today we will be doing an.update on using Energy Pro 8 so welcome.and I get to get the video to see you.guys so so a little bit on the scenario.today so I'm sure a lot of you have.updated your software to the 2019.software and may have existing projects.that you've modeled under the 2016.software or Energy Pro 7 that you want.to update to Energy Pro 8 so just a.disclaimer I don't work for Energy Pro I.do consulting and I also am an.instructor for energy Co days so I do a.lot of modeling we've done a lot of.modeling for code preparation for 2019.and just want to show some of the things.that I've learned you know by doing that.if you have any technical questions.regarding Energy Pro I suggest that you.contact the Energy Pro or likewise if.you're using Seebeck res contacts eBay.feedback res if you have any problems.there as well so.alright let's dive in it looks like.looks like my audio is low I'm gonna.move my mic a little bit closer to my.face and I'm hoping that that's gonna.provide a little bit better better.experience for everybody here so let's.kind of dive in I want to go over this.project we're gonna be updating an.existing project that I did is very.first episode of coding coffee so if you.have watched that episode it's the.residential new construction project.it's a simple single-story house one to.take a look at just give you a review of.what that house looks like let me go to.the new screen so this house is located.up in a rural area climate zone 12 you.can see here this is the take off that.we did in the first episode so we're not.going to be going through doing takeoffs.what we're gonna be going through is.opening the existing file and Energy Pro.8 and making some some changes but.here's here's a just a rundown of the.project it's facing 143 degrees kind of.South by southeast it's a single level.house with an attached garage so we do.have some exterior wall area and.interior wall area the garage is already.modeled we have a believ a slab on grade.house with a vented attic and we're.gonna be looking at adding the features.necessary to get this project to comply.under the 2019 code before we do that I.wanted to just do a quick comparison to.see you know what the difference or what.the impact is on compliance between.meeting code under the 2016 code and.2019 codes so what I've done here is.I've got Energy Pro side-by-side and.what I've done is modeled the the 2016.version of this in the 2019 software to.kind of show you what the the impact of.compliance is so here's our CF 1 R and.compliance results from the 2016.software or Energy Pro 7 and currently.it it complies 6.1 percent better than.standard we changed that in the run and.the 2019 software and now.the efficiency EDR is out of compliance.negative 5.2 and the total EDR is out of.compliance by nineteen point three so I.had okay test test test make sure that.let me turn my gain up on that let's see.if that that helps yeah all right so a.little adjustment with the audio sorry.about that folks if you can't hear very.well so back to these comparison of.compliance results so what I have here.on the left is the twenty sixteen cf1.are on the right to 2019 cf1 are what's.going on here just as a disclaimer I had.to change a few things just to get the.software to run so for instance I had to.change the fan efficacy for the HVAC.system to be the new standard otherwise.the software will kick it out but other.than that the the project obviously.doesn't comply we haven't addressed our.solar or PV requirements yet so we can.dive in and start doing that sort of.modeling that if you notice the.difference between the 2016 code.compliance metric and the 2019.compliance metric it looks different so.a quick review of energy design rating.for residential new construction EDR or.energy design rating is the compliance.metric so very it's similar in the sense.that we have a standard and proposed.design but keep in mind your compared to.the prescriptive requirements for.compliance but your EDR score is based.on a reference home that meets the 2006.IECC requirements so that sets the EDR.so that out of the way the.the options here or the compliance.metric says not only do you have to your.proposed design have to meet the.efficiency EDR standard design be equal.to or less than your also your total EDR.score needs to be equal to or less than.the standard design so that's gonna.establish compliance you still have an.energy summary in the energy you summer.is still valid for additions and.alterations but this really moves into a.secondary role to help understand what's.going on with the you know with the.building where where you have issues.with efficiency where you need to make.up areas like for instance we've got a.fairly large negative heating compliance.and a really large negative cooling.compliance margin so this will kind of.help you dial in what areas you need to.work on so let's go ahead and minimize.the stuff and let's get started on our.our project here so this is the project.as it was imported into Energy Pro 8 and.what I want to do is go through this as.a item-by-item.inputs are is there anybody out there.that watched G nerado's decoding talk if.there are I she had Martin Dodd from.Energy Pro on the line and they went.over some of the updates to Energy Pro 8.so both for res and on res so Jeana put.together this wonderful handout and you.can download this soon at energy code.acecomm I'm gonna be using this to do my.review here so first thing we want to do.is at the building level what I want to.do is address the PV and flexibility.issues so I hear people are having.trouble with audio I'm doing the my best.here the audios.turned up as loud as possible am I in so.you might need to turn your volume up a.little.so apologize for that so I'm at the.building level tab here went all the way.over to the PV and battery tab and today.what we're going to be doing is adding a.PV system to this project the original.project did not have a PV system it.didn't have cooling ventilation it.didn't have some of the other features.it didn't have continuous insulation on.the wall so we're gonna be adding some.of these values and and seeing what the.results are based on our new proposed.design so in this case you know the.scenario might be your client wants to.know what size system they need to.install so Energy Pro has an option you.can specify the size like coming down.here and adding a system adding the.output let's say they were going to be.proposing to do a 3.5 KW DC system it.met the California Flex installation.values installation procedures great as.long as it's seven and twelve or less.pitch and within a hundred and fifty to.two hundred and seventy degrees asmath.it'll automatically comply with.california flex if not you would need to.input some detailed inputs for the tilt.and azmuth in this case what I want to.do is I don't want to install a.specified system what I want to use do.is use the standard PV system sizing I.want to use this as a a tool to get.information back to my client to say you.know what what the compliance margin is.on this so let's go ahead and I was.using the wrong version here so let's go.ahead and expand this and we're gonna be.looking at this version here so we're.gonna go through and use that use the.standard PV system sizing to let our.clients know what the minimum size PV.system is when I run the analysis so.currently I'm not gonna enter anything.into the PV array details just use the.system sizing.as standard PVC sizing that will tell.the software to run the one run the.standard values for that a couple of.things you know we can apply any PV.production to our EDR totally D our.score if necessary that's only if you.enter specific values there today we're.gonna be doing a battery of Show be.walking through the battery options.battery storage options after we do this.initial analysis here so if you have.exceptions the only exceptions is again.a review the only exception to not.installing solar is to have less than.70% solar access over 80 contiguous.square feet within the required.orientation so that's the only way to.get rid of solar all the other areas are.just reducing the PV system requirements.either based on a climate zone based on.the number of habitable stories or based.on you have less solar access so.hopefully that makes sense we've got.lots of training available if if you.haven't I'm also gonna be doing a code.and copy episode specifically on solar.early this year as well so alright.without further ado let's dive in a.little bit further you might notice a.little bit of change here on the fuel.type you no longer see the electric.natural gas is not available we've got a.brand new code that allows an.all-electric baseline so in this case.all we're doing is defining whether or.not natural gas or propane are gonna be.used in this case we're using propane.this is a rural area that doesn't have.natural gas and we're gonna leave that.as is so known it's not necessary to.determine whether natural gas is.available anymore your gas or electric.is dependent on the type of technology.you install so if you install a gap a.gas water heater you're compared to a.tankless gas water you if you install a.heat pump water heater.compared to a heat pump water heater so.these are great changes that were seen.in the 2019 code that allow a lot of.flexibility and no longer have energy.penalties for doing that a couple things.I want to point out regarding domestic.hot water since it's the top of our tree.here I want to address this first go to.the dhw tab you'll see that we had.entered a very specific tankless water.heater that had a energy factor of 0.9.five zero tank storage 120,000 BTU input.rating now the 2019 code uses uef or.universal energy factor requirements so.what I've done I've gone to the a HR I.website I've looked up the particular.make and model number and it's gonna.give me the uniform energy factor if you.open Energy Pro Energy Pro seven file in.Energy Pro a you might get a message or.try to analyze you might get a message.it looks a little bit like this it says.dhw water heaters have been updated to.reference new tank type settings so.essentially what it's doing saying look.you need to change that over to a uef.factor you can still run EF factors but.in order to open or run the analysis.it'll give you this error here or this.warning so just a heads up so what I'm.gonna do is I'm just gonna update our.water heater to be uniform energy factor.you can see that that uniform energy.factor is much lower than the the point.ninety five EF so I'm gonna enter point.eight nine everything else stays the.same recovery efficiency really doesn't.apply to this it's only if you're using.that for.system so we've got a gas-fired uef.rated zero gallons 120,000 input 0.89.uniform energy factor and hit okay all.right let's move to our HVAC systems.we're gonna I'm gonna cover a few things.that are slightly different for the 2019.code now we're gonna stick with the gas.system I'm gonna be doing a code and.copy episode I'm switching to.all-electric so we'll probably take this.exact model and go all-electric do a.heat pump in that case we might see a.few additional hers verification.requirements there so so but the first.thing what we want to do were not.changing the efficiency of the system.keeping it a 92 AFUE furnace a 14 seer.eleven point seven ter air conditioner.the distribution is staying the same.we're doing our eight ducts in the Attic.that's gonna stay the same what does.change is you'll notice that there are.cooling fan power in the standards if.you go to section 150 point O you'll.notice that for gas heating that the new.cooling fan power needs to be point O.four five I'm sorry point zero point.four five and that's watts per CFM.that's a mandatory requirement now if.you're using a heat pump you can still.use the point five eight watts per CFM.it's only if you're using a gas furnace.that you need to change that cooling fan.power to 0.5 four or five watts so if.you don't change that and you hit.calculate you're gonna get a error.message and it's gonna say that you've.got to change it to the mandatory so.that's that's something that's gonna be.evident so we're just pre-empting and.doing it now another thing that I wanted.to add to this model that wasn't in.their original analysis is we're gonna.do some cooling vent.so there's a couple of options now first.thing you need to do is go to the.building level on the residential tab.and you'll notice that there's a drop.down for cooling ventilation right now.it says none and we have several.different options for cooling.ventilation you know we could go default.whole house fan if we run the default.whole house fan you'll notice when we go.to the HVAC system tab under the.residential tab nothing really happens.we still have all these areas grayed out.but what its gonna do it's gonna look at.the default values for a whole house fan.which are 1.5 CFM per square foot and.it's gonna use a point 1 4 watts per CFM.value so anytime you use cooling.ventilation and you either exceed the.minimum ventilation requirements you.have in value so in this case our house.is what 16 hundred and 38 square feet I.don't know if anybody wants to do the.math but 16 38 times 1.5 gets you twenty.four hundred and fifty-seven CFM if you.entered a value that was greater than 24.57 for this house it's gonna trigger a.hers verification likewise if you enter.a fan power that's less than the.prescriptive wattage and if you multiply.that times 0.1 for anything less than.three hundred and forty four watts it's.going to trigger a hers verification so.that's something you might want to be.aware of when you're entering cooling.ventilation now keep in mind cooling.ventilation is only prescriptively.required in climate zones 8 through 15 I.believe I was at 14 I don't know maybe.somebody could verify that for me but it.is prescriptively required these climate.zones and you're going to be compared to.that so it's always a good idea to.look at those prescriptive requirements.and understand that if you're not.putting in a prescriptive requirement.that you're gonna get an energy penalty.so good how are people doing so far is.my audio doing better good well it's.just gonna take a quick break and let.you know that if you have questions.please feel free to ask on the chat.window in the past we've done we've.given away our code in coffee mugs and.you can see on one side energy code ace.the other side code coffee anyways we.give these away to people that you know.may ask the most questions or ask the.best questions things like that so if if.you have questions feel free to ask if I.don't see it right away I'll be sure to.get to it so all right back to our.mechanical system so we've we're using.the default values for cooling.ventilation we've changed our fan power.to 0.45 watts per CFM so we're good to.go.well thank you Beth unless sounds like.your audio is good so nothing else to do.there let's we've got dhw done we've got.our mechanical system done so let's move.on to some of our envelope measures here.good one thing I do like to mention when.you're importing a 2016 or an Energy Pro.seven file into Energy Pro 8 I'm not.sure if this happens to all assemblies.but I did notice that our wall assembly.when you go to the wall assembly in.Energy Pro 7 click on the res t24.performance tab this has our 21 in the.cavity so this theoretically should.import over to the 2019 assembly right.unfortunately what I noticed is that.when I imported the cavity insulation.went back to our 20.so it's important to you know make sure.that those values are consistent with.what your model is so you may have.modeled it with our 21 in the cavity and.you know it is actually looking at a.different value so see been said how.about the pressure drop tab right and so.that's a good question Ben.there is a pressure drop tab on the.mechanical system you could go over it.here the pressure drop tab is going to.be something that is going to be.relative to the 20 see the the.non-residential standards so there are.some options to do that you might want.it Ben you might want to go check out.the decoding talk that Gina and Martin.went through and see if Martin addressed.that in his in his class there so the.the Murph 16 filters 2-inch Merv 16 fill.Merv 16 filters are a mandatory.requirement for all buildings including.residential low-rise buildings so.there's nothing to do with pressure drop.that's all handled in the mandatory.requirements so hopefully that answers.your your question Ben okay back to our.wall assembly so let's just update that.r22 our 21 and just make sure there's no.issues there now we're gonna give this a.try to see if the project will comply.without adding any continuous insulation.it complied under the 2016 code and you.know I'm gonna give my clients some.feedback and see what it might take to.comply under the 2019 code so you'll see.that the standard design is 0.048.u-factor.and based on the layers that I built up.I've got a point Oh 69 new factor which.is worse than their prescriptive.requirements.I know I'm gonna get an energy penalty.so we'll give that a try here so I want.to go through and make sure that all my.walls are the the same assembly we've.got our our twenty-one wall assembly for.all my exterior walls we do have some.knee walls just to remind you these knee.walls are this space relative to the.vaulted ceiling end wall that knee wall.is adjacent to an attic space so we're.gonna have the same requirement there he.says yes Martin did address how to use.the pressure drop tab for non res thanks.Keith for validating that yeah I'm.pretty sure that was a non res and.didn't having to do with res but it's.always good to know what what tabs are.associated with which occupancy so great.so this knee wall was entered based on.our previous analysis under the 2016.code in addition to that we do have some.interior surface so a demising wall.that's separating the house from the.garage and that garage was modeled there.the garage was modeled with our zero.walls so that interior walls.representing this wall here and we do.have a door in that wall as well so good.so let's get back to our opaque surfaces.here we've got we updated our walls.another change with the 2019 code is the.fenestration values have gotten better.so if you look at table one fifty point.one a or if you're using doing.multifamily projects one fifty point one.B you'll notice that the U factor and.SHGC values have been improved so the.new values for u factor or 0.30 and SHGC.for climate zones two four.and six through 15 the SHGC values are.0.23 if you'll notice also that those.climate zones one three five and now new.for 2018 climate zone sixteen no longer.has they don't have an SHGC value so in.that case if you're modeling projects in.those climate zones you need to model.the windows that are going to be.installed so it's more likely you'll see.the lower SHGC windows are more.available and most likely going to be.installed in those areas.please don't game the system by putting.in a really high solar heat gain.coefficient to get your compliance.because what'll happen is the Builder.will most likely install the windows.with a lower SHGC and really you're you.cheating in those climate zones so don't.do that.if in doubt contact your client your.builder to ask them what windows are.planning to install and model those SHGC.values appropriately so I'll get off my.soapbox and get back to our fenestration.inputs now all I did was modeled my.original input so residential.prescriptive what'll happen is it'll.globally change every single window with.that with that value so it'll save you a.lot of time now you could create a.brand-new you know assembly for that.window and maybe call it something.different you equals let's say zero.point three zero s H let's see if I can.hit the buttons as H G C equals zero.point two three you could do that and.say okay but what'll happen is you'll.need to go into every single window with.that fenestration type and change it or.you could go up to the edit tool and say.replace.select it so there's many ways to do it.I just chose a real easy fast way to do.it by just editing the original value so.however you prefer will work good we do.have a couple of windows in this project.that are taking a default value so.you'll see this entry door system let me.go back to the plane I'll show you what.that looks like on the elevation so.that's that's this system right here so.what we're doing is we're modeling the.two side lights in this transom window.as default values meaning that those.windows are not in a farsi rated so.there are some cases where those windows.are in our farsi rated i'm going the.more conservative route and saying look.i i'm not going to claim that those are.university rated i'm gonna take a.default value i'm saying that this.product type is manufactured I'm gonna.use a default value and I could use this.as a door value or I could use it as a.window value you'll notice that the.default value changes slightly I'm using.the door value just because it is a door.unit but I'm saying that those doors are.not operable so they're fixed doors in.this case it's part of the door system.so I always recommend use the most.defensible method possible if you could.convince a plans examiner who questioned.it that these values are our window or.door or whatever you know so use use the.user discretion at that point so we're.not going to change those one thing I do.want to change is the prescriptive.requirement for opaque doors I see.léo 103 X have a question here I noticed.party while separating two unit duplexes.do not show up on the CF winner yeah.that's a good a good observation there.if you model those party walls between a.duplex.essentially what you're gonna be doing.is modeling each individual unit as a.single-family dwelling that's how I do.it that's how I understand it and you'll.model that X that wall that party wall.has a wall adjacent to another dwelling.so if you model it as a whole building.and you show that as a wall separating.the dwellings technically that's you can.do it it's just not technically the way.the Energy Commission defines a.multi-family building multi-family B.three dwellings or more so there's some.stuff I'll go through that in the.another coding coffee episode so don't.want to diverge too far but thanks for.bringing that up.the 2019 code hat now has prescriptive.requirements for OPIC doors and all the.exterior doors excluding doors from the.house to the garage have a new point to.you factor requirement so that would.mean you have essentially an r5.insulated door now if it's a solid wood.door you're gonna be using the 0.5 you.factor and that's something with Energy.Pro comes right from j4 and it's.assuming it's a solid wood door know if.you use that door you're gonna get an.energy penalty that's just what's gonna.happen and it's in some cases and the.hotter climate zones might be more.significant than then you might think it.it'd be so I've had some projects that.was the difference between giving it to.comply and not complying but I'm gonna.run that as an insulated door I'm just.gonna create a new assembly I'm just.gonna call this insulated door.and what I want to do and Energy Pro is.go to our door import and this is going.to import a door right from the model.library I'm gonna do import the.residential r5 with a point to you.factor this is a j4 assembly value so.you go through just import that you say.ok I'm gonna I have two solid doors I'm.gonna change both of those doors to be.the insulated door now I'm gonna leave.the door in the garage the wood door and.the reason the Energy Commission allows.an exception for doors between the house.and the garage.is that there is usually a well I would.say usually there is a fire code that.requires a special certification warnock.her she tested and rated door so in that.case if you put a insulated door in that.case it would most likely not meet your.fire code requirements so that doors.exempt so I'm not gonna touch that right.so we've got our walls we've got our.windows done we've got our doors done.let's take a look at our roof attic.scenario so the 2016 code had a roof.attic for option B that's below roof.deck insulation in this climate zone.climate zone 12 with a roof that had.lightweight comps in goals had a.requirement for our 18 below the roof.deck if you'll notice that the 2019 code.option B now requires our 19 below the.roof deck so I'm gonna update that to.our 19 now I'm still gonna get an energy.penalty and the reason I'm gonna get an.energy penalty is because the.prescriptive requirements says that that.baseline has a tile roof and in this.case I'm using an asphalt shingle roof.if you're using a tile roof go through.and change that to tile and you're gonna.get the full credit for the high.performance attic I'm gonna get a slight.energy penalty for using asphalt.in the difference is there's there's a.little bit of air gap in there and that.provides a little bit of more thermal.insulation so so our roof is updated.we've got our 38 in the ceiling we've.got 2 by 4 wood framing 24 inches on.center.that wood framing has a cavity value of.our 19 between three and a half inch.members one thing you might want to.check is that insulation the the framing.is that thick but the insulation is this.thick so if they install it so that the.insulation covers that gap between the.framing then you could use the.insulation covers framing at the.underside of the roof deck it's gonna.get you slightly better you factor for.that roof value there and slightly more.credit so that's just a little option.now if you had our 15 in between those.wood frame members three and a half you.could check that box but the software.knows that our fifteen is three and a.half inches in it's not going to provide.that covenant covering at the framing so.just keep that in mind.good so we've updated our roof Nodine to.update our slab there's nothing new for.2019 code now if this was a heated slab.meaning that we're using a hydraulic.system then yes we'd need to put some.slab edge installation on that so that's.it for our opaque surfaces I do want to.go through the garage and just verify.that everything is set okay and I didn't.get any errors coming in from converting.at 2016 files to 2019 code so it's still.modeled as a residential garage it's not.an accessory dwelling unit this is a.brand new feature for 2019 if you have.accessory dwelling units that are.modeled as additions you need to.identify them so pretty pretty simple so.there's some really nice changes so.you'll notice this as you go through.energy Pro my walls are modeled there.they should be modeled with.our zero cavity insulation and I can go.through and verify that by clicking on.the assembly value clicking the res 224.performance tab and yes indeed I've got.no insulation to buy four walls at 16.inches on center.I'm good to go so that is the same.condition for all my garage walls.likewise the roof over the garage is.modeled with our zero in the Attic so I.can click on that assembly look at the.insulation levels and our zero so we're.good to go on the garage the doors are.just modeled as garage doors you'll.notice that these have a you factor of.one it's just a single layer metal.garage door so that will match our.design.I left the windows as prescriptive.windows you know really that's most.likely what they're gonna install.anyways so I think we're good to go to.run this analysis so just through the.magic of TV here or YouTube TV I'm going.to just pull in this solution file here.and let you take a look at this the.compliance here so the the project.information see Jim has a question how.about raised concrete slabs what type of.insulation to not get penalties Jim on a.single family residential it's probably.uncommon but if you were to do it you.would just go to the j4 not j4 you would.go to 150 point one and look up the.requirement for raised slabs most likely.that's gonna fall under the mandatory.requirements so going back to 150 point.O so don't have that my fingertips but.yeah you would need to meet the.mandatory.insulation requirements at the very.least so depending on how that was.configured then you might have some you.know either a interior surface or being.over a crawlspace so however that is.however that works out Jim so I can.probably cover that in a different a.different code and coffee so Sharon says.Oh Sharon was responding to another.viewer so awesome good well thank you.guys for recovering that so let's go.back to our results here so you can see.that you know the Energy Pro results.show up we still have our heating.cooling our PV system requirements here.you know so that was all modeled what I.want to do is bring up these compliance.results so that you can see what the.what the solution was on this and what.happens is here's the CF 1 R you'll.notice that page 1 no longer has the.summaries on it but it says the building.doesn't comply so let's take a look and.see why the project doesn't comply so.we've gotten a standard design.efficiency EDR score of 43 point 1 and a.proposed design of forty three point.eight so we're over on our efficiency.anybody want to take any guesses why the.project or what's the most likely cause.that the project is not compliant give.you guys a chance to type that in I'll.give you a hint it has to do with one of.our assemblies so most likely not a.equipment efficiency so let's take a.look at some of these other values our.total EDR score for a standard design is.29 we're coming in on our proposed.design twenty nine point seven so it.used the standard design PV system which.set it at two.point six KW DC so now I can go back to.my client and say look that's the.minimum size that you need to install.based on this design and you can always.exceed it just know that the software is.gonna cap the excess total EDR credit at.one point six times this number it.doesn't mean that's the system that.there's larger system they can install.it just means that the amount of credit.that's all you're gonna get.for the pv on the total design let's see.John says walls Ben says cooling.Elizabeth says the roof is comp.yeah skier says walls Sharon said did I.change the efficiencies for the windows.yes Sharon I did do the windows I.brought those to the prescriptive.requirement so yeah and I agree Beth the.roof is comp and I'm gonna get a little.bit of a penalty there but I'm exceeding.the minimum efficiencies for water.heating and for heating so you can see.in my space heating budget it's a little.bit on the positive but I've got a.really big negative cooling requirement.I'm meeting the minimum efficiency.cooling but what's gonna have the.largest impact of that so yeah I agree.John the walls are substandard all they.have is our 21 cavity insulation it's.missing the continuous insulation there.so let's go back to our model and let's.change our walls from our 21 let's let.me go back into this version and we're.gonna change our walls from our 21.cavity insulation to our 21 plus r5.we're gonna bring it up to the.prescriptive requirement so I'm gonna.copy this assembly you'll notice that it.creates a new copy of it so I'm carrying.over the original attributes of that but.I'm just gonna edit this description to.say our 21 plus r5.I still need to go into the performance.tab and change that I'm gonna say I'm.gonna add our five continuous insulation.so yes I also didn't choose the Q III so.good good call on that so actually I.think I was supposed to on this so let's.go in and change that now Q III is at.the building level residential tab.you'll need to go through and check that.box and say Q III so the reason I'm.doing that is because the 2019 code Q.III is a prescriptive requirement so I.do like to warn people that this is.something that's extremely important to.communicate to your clients if you're.checking that Q III box they're gonna.need to know that that is a requirement.this is gonna trigger a hers.verification actually multiple visits to.that project the hers Raider needs to.verify that the air-sealing has been.done so there's criteria for that in the.residential appendices you can find the.measure in are a two point one in the.table but that's gonna lead you to are a.three and you can go through the.residential appendices chapter three and.look at what all that criteria is for.for Q III not only is that does the air.silly need to be verified also does the.insulation installation so we're talking.about minimal compression no gaps no.voids we're looking at meeting the the.requirement for blown-in insulation that.might be even a third verification so.Jennifer said you thought Q I was.assumed for 2019 yes Jennifer q III is.the standard designer the baseline for.2019 so but you need to go through and.check that box if you unless you if you.don't you're gonna incur an energy.penalty for.checking that box just like we got here.so alright so after we ran that let me.pull in the the solution for that with.the with the Qi I with the updated our.five walls and now before before I.reveal at any predictions are we going.to comply and if so by what margin I'll.give you another chance here to click on.a chat window and let me what let me.know what you think those compliance.margins are gonna be for our updated.model here so what do you guys think.2019 I got rid of the beard here went.with the the mustache I'm going to my.1985 status with a little extra gray so.mmm good so Royce's continuous should be.exterior did I model it as interior oh.yeah you're right Roy on this version.yeah I inadvertently modeled that as.interior yeah it's not real common to do.interior modeling so that's a good point.that needs to be on the exterior walls.thank you for catching those mistakes so.Victor says why not make prescriptive.features default in the program well.that would be nice Victor in some cases.they are default so Brian Hanson says.yes it'll comply by a lot or Debbie says.yeah by 5% or say Jorge says you clicked.on interior thank you for that awesome.yeah so yeah it's gonna get better in.this case let's let me drag in the.solution here so our efficiency EDR our.standard design is forty three point one.we just came in under so a point eight.margin so forty two point three.our total EDR score is it's a wash.basically we're not claiming anything.better than the minimum requirement so.that carries over to our total so let's.take a look at the model make sure that.we model things correctly so down here.in our requirement for PV systems we.have a 2.6 KW DC now understand that.when you use that prescriptive or the.default PV system it's going to assume.the cfir California Flex installation.values were used for compliance on this.so let me switch back to this screen.here sorry about that I forget to change.my computer screens so good guesses on.these so yeah I think the closest was.skeer at port plus 0.3 so yeah it was a.point eight so good you know good you.know feedback on that so right back to.our PV systems you'll notice that our.standard design values up here are.carried over into the system.requirements now if you you don't meet.the California Flex installation.criteria you can look this information.up in the joint.Infinity's chapter 11 or j 11 it's gonna.tell you what those parameters are I.have to tell you that it's less than 7.and 12 pitch and the system has to be in.asmath between a hundred and 50 degrees.and 270 degrees in this case our.particular project they most likely be.putting that system on the front of the.house so that system would most likely.be on this surface of the roof I've went.in highlighted this on the elevations to.be something like this so whether or not.they can fit that 2.6 kW system within.that area.it's really yet to be discovered and.needs to communicate with your client.but that's what the minimum requirements.are I'm going to say that the CFI values.are going to be used in this case so if.your roof is greater than seven and 12.or that system is outside of that asmath.then it needs to be updated.so we see in our special features we.have a whole house fan modelled we can.check those values to make sure that.they're modeling correctly and it does.incorporate below rip tech insulation.we've got our Q III we've got our indoor.air quality ventilation you'll notice.that kitchen range hoods will pop up on.this there's a new mandatory requirement.for residential low res res and.high-rise dwelling units kitchen range.hoods have to be hbi certified meeting.the airflow requirements and sewn rating.that's a make and model number.verification those have to be listed in.the HPI directory our cooling system.verifications minimum air flow.refrigerant charge verification we.didn't change that so we left that on.from the 2016 code and then our fan.efficacy is going to be that new point.four or five watts per CFM the only.other verification was gonna be our duct.leakage testing we didn't trigger a.verification for a whole house fan.because we use default values in this.case those values are going to be based.on the defaults rather than taking any.credits so let's go into the house you.can see that our construction assembly.with that our five continuous insulation.was incorporated we could go through and.verify all of our square footages based.off of original take off you'll notice.that the attic roof this is a ventilated.roof six and 12 pitch we're not using.the cool roof so these values for.reflectance and immittance are our.default values our fenestration you'll.see in a fenestration table.has a point 3u factor at and 0.23 SHGC.those are NFRC values I love the table.how it's now reporting differently for.default values it's saying look these.are available in tables one 10.6 a and B.so the plan checker can go verify those.are opaque doors we have a couple of.doors and sledded doors with a u factor.0.2 this is our door on our interior.service between the house and the garage.or do amazing all fire door and then we.have a door going out of the garage so.these are all garage doors.so our slab no change there it we're.using our 80% carpet frac carpeted.fraction we could go through and verify.that these assemblies match what we have.I do like to point out here's our our 25.X our 21 plus r5 exterior wall that it.is meeting or point O for 8 you factor.so that's that's good but our interior.walls are demising wall and our knee.wall do not have continuous insulation.so now no penalty no harm on that.because it meets the minimum mandatory.of requirements there we say our billing.envelope hers verification qyi is.required our heating system our water.heating system sorry it has been updated.to the uef actors and it has a point 8 9.u EF our water heating system.requirements haven't changed or.distribution hasn't changed so no other.requirements their HVAC system no change.there other than you'll notice that our.fan efficacy requirements now says where.is that airflow requirements they took.that off it just says that it's air flow.is required so it's meeting the point 4.or 5 watts per CFM.requirement for fan power duct.distribution system didn't change still.has r8 ducts supply and returned in the.Attic.no bypass ducts and you'll see the the.fan systems we have oh there's our fan.system for the cooling point four or.five watts per CFM and then lastly our.indoor air quality fan you'll notice.that this is gonna be substantially more.IAQ CFM fan flow than the 2016 code the.ASHRAE sixty two point two calculation.has changed and I'm gonna be doing a.specific code incopy on indoor air.quality ventilation talking about.balance systems the different strategies.for low-rise residential single-family.versus multifamily and what to do there.so but you'll notice that that's based.on the new ASHRAE sixty two point two.2016 airflow requirement and then lastly.our cooling ventilation one-and-a-half.CFM per square foot of conditioned floor.area our cooling ventilation watts per.CFM is 0.14 that's our standard design.so we're not taking any credit no.penalty for not putting it in we're just.taking exactly what the standard design.is requiring according to the.prescriptive requirements so good.hopefully this was informational I know.there's probably a lot of questions.people have regarding well what about.all-electric how is that going to work I.see some questions coming up can you.talk about PV batteries yes bibo 210.let's talk about batteries for a second.now I have noticed that this morning.when I ran some simulations using the.battery that the the battery you self.utilization credit isn't functioning.correctly in Energy Pro I mean.to follow up with Martin to see if.that's an energy Pro issue or AC Beck.res issue but needless to say if you.choose to install a battery let's see in.this case if that were zero you're.choosing to install a battery in order.to take the self utilization credit you.have to have a minimum 5 kWh battery to.trigger the the credit in that case the.minimum charging and discharging.efficiency is 80% in this case energy.pros using the percent symbol so you're.gonna enter 80 not 0.8 right so your.efficiency for charging and discharging.could be considerably more than that in.the 90% range but the standard design.assumes or the j a 12 join opinions.chapter 12 says that charging.discharging efficiency needs to be at.least 80 percent and then if you want to.apply battery savings to the EDR.efficiency score that's what they call.this self utilization credit essentially.you're you're utilizing the power you've.generated storing it in a battery and.using it during those peak periods of.energy usage after the Sun Goes Down so.pretty simple they call it self.utilization so that's it in a nutshell.on on batteries we're gonna go into more.detail on batteries on another episode.so I'm gonna I'm gonna leave a little.bit there and we're like all out of time.and see some great comments in here I'm.gonna cover a few things casts e truster.spray-foam may be easiest to meet at ik.Qi but I don't feel it's necessary for a.walls yeah that's a really good comment.you know there are a lot of builders.that are switching to spray foam or.switching to aid unvented attic.spray foam below the roof deck that's.that's a that's a good strategy will.handle that another top another episode.Elizabeth says off topic any suggestions.on how to study for CEA test good.question we're gonna be the.brand-new CEA exam prep classes here in.March right before the kbecque.conference so stay tuned for that skier.let's see somebody was responding to.skier let's see a few other before we.finish up skier says May oops it just.changed may we trade the spray foam with.the r5 exterior walls.yes gear that might be a really good.option go go for a higher insulation.below roof deck and possibly carry you.through not putting r5 now I can't say.each climate zone is gonna have a.different impact on that so climate zone.12 11 12 13 maybe maybe not you know.really depends on a few values there.Olivier says all-electric plus hydronic.heating still not allowed to use.electric wall heaters electric water.heater for hydronic yeah that's still an.issue.Olivier we can probably talk about that.offline but I do want to address that in.an upcoming coding coffee so without.further ado I want to just say thank you.to everybody I want to do our our.closing.wrap up here where is my face-to-face.screen here anyways just once they.thanked everybody this will be saved to.rewatch here shortly.today this will be available to two on.demand through our energy code ace.website or go directly to our energy.code ace YouTube channel so I just want.to say thank you to everybody again.thank you to our sponsors energy code.ace all the investor in utilities to.make this possible thank you to my tech.team that's on my my headset here.they've been giving me a lot of support.getting making this all possible and.keeping me on track today keeping this.Evan.or less so so thank you everyone I'm.gonna will stop the livestream right now.if you have any questions you can reach.me at a Stevie at energy code acecomm I.try to respond to everybody's questions.quickly as possible if you want to get.any of these model files from me you can.email me and say please send me the the.model file at a Stevie at energy code.acecomm and I will send this to you so.all right thank you everyone I'm going.to sign out have a great day.

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