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HVAC INCENTIVES WORKSHEET

HVAC Equipment Type and Capacity Measure Code Air-Source Air Conditioners < 5.41 tons H01 5.41 tons and < 11.25 tons H02 11.25 tons and < 20.00 tons H03 20.00 tons and < 63.33 tons (IPLV for H04 units with capacity-modulation only) 63.33 tons (IPLV for units with H05 capacity-modulation only) Water-Source and Evaporatively-Cooled Air Conditioners < 5.41 tons H06 5.41 tons and < 11.25 tons H07 11.25 tons and < 20.00 tons H08 H09 20.00 tons Air-Source Heat Pumps < 5.41 tons H10 5.41 tons and < 11.25 tons H11 11.25 tons and < 20.00 tons H12 20.00 tons (IPLV for units with H13 capacity-modulation only) Water-Source Heat Pumps < 1.42 tons H14 1.42 tons and < 5.41 tons H15 Ground Water Source Heat Pumps (Open Loop) < 11.25 tons H16 Ground Source Heat Pumps (Closed Loop) H17 < 11.25 tons, Ground Loop Packaged Terminal Systems (Replacements) PTAC (cooling) H18 PTHP H19 HVAC Measure Code Cooling Qualifying Efficiency 14.3 SEER 12.3 EER 12.1 EER 11.0 EER / 10.6 IPLV 9.7 EER / 10.3 IPLV 13.3 EER 12.6 EER 12.1 EER 12.6 EER 14.3 SEER 12.1 EER 11.6 EER 10.4 EER / 10.1 IPLV 12.3 EER 13.2 EER 17.8 EER 14.7 EER 13.08 - (0.213 x Cap / 1000) EER 12.96 - (0.213 x Cap / 1000) EER Cooling Efficiency Heating Qualifying Efficiency N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 7.7 HSPF 3.3 COP 3.2 COP 3.2 COP 4.2 COP 4.2 COP 3.6 COP 3.1 COP N/A 2.9 - (0.026 x Cap / 1000) COP Heating Capacity (Tons) Heating Efficiency Incentive (per cooling ton) $35.00 $45.00 $45.00 $45.00 $45.00 $35.00 $45.00 $45.00 $45.00 $35.00 $45.00 $45.00 $45.00 $35.00 $35.00 $40.00 $40.00 $35.00 $35.00 Incentive
(A x B x Incentive per cooling ton)

Make and Model

Cooling Quantity Capacity (Tons) (A) (B)

Total HVAC Incentives:


Other HVAC Measures HVAC Measure Code H20 H21 H22 H23 Measure Hotel Guest Room Occupancy Sensor (Electric Heat/AC) Hotel Guest Room Occupancy Sensor (Non-Electric Heat/AC) Energy Management System (EMS), Basic Central Time Control EMS, Electric Heat, No Present Central Time Control Incentive Unit Unit Unit Square Foot Square Foot Quantity Incentive per Unit $40.00 $20.00 $0.10 $0.21 Incentive

Total Other HVAC Incentives:


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HVAC SPECIFICATIONS
All equipment, units or parts that are discarded as a result of this program must be disposed of properly by the Applicant.

HVAC Measure Code

Specification

H01 H13

Air-Source Air Conditioners Water-Source and Evaporatively-Cooled Air Conditioners Air-Source Heat Pumps New unitary air conditioning units or air source heat pumps that meet or exceed the qualifying cooling efficiency shown in the HVAC Incentives Worksheet are eligible for an incentive. They can be either split systems or single package units. The efficiency of split systems is based on an ARI reference number. All packaged and split system cooling equipment must meet Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI) standards (210/240, 320 or 340/360), be UL listed, use a minimum ozone-depleting refrigerant (e.g., HCFC or HFC). All required efficiencies are based on the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) high-efficiency commercial air conditioning and heat pump specifications (www.cee1.org). A manufacturers specification sheet indicating the system efficiency must accompany the application. Disposal of the existing unit must comply with local codes and ordinances.

H14 H15

Water-Source Heat Pumps The system consists of multiple units connected to a closed-loop hydronic system with continuous water circulation. The installed water source heat pump must be rated in accordance with the most recent version of ARI 320-98. A manufacturers specification sheet indicating the system capacity and efficiency for cooling and heating must accompany the application. Disposal of the existing unit must comply with local codes and ordinances.

H16

Ground Water Source Heat Pumps (Open Loop) All equipment must meet Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI) standards 325/330 and be UL listed. EER is the efficiency at standard (ARI/ISO) conditions of 59F entering water for open-loop systems. A manufacturers specification sheet indicating the system capacity and efficiency for cooling and heating must accompany the application. Design information for the ground source must also be provided. Disposal of the existing unit must comply with local codes and ordinances.

H17

Ground Source Heat Pumps (Closed Loop) All equipment must meet Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI) standards 325/330 and be UL listed. EER is the efficiency at standard (ARI/ISO) conditions of 77F entering water for closed-loop systems. A manufacturers specification sheet indicating the system capacity and efficiency for cooling and heating must accompany the application. Design information for the ground source must also be provided. Disposal of the existing unit must comply with local codes and ordinances.

H18 H19

Package Terminal Systems (Replacements) Package terminal air conditioners and heat pumps are through-the-wall, self contained units that are 2 tons (24,000 Btu/h) or less. All EER values must be rated at 95F outdoor dry-bulb temperature.

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HVAC SPECIFICATIONS
HVAC Measure Code Specification

H20

Hotel Guest Room Occupancy Sensor (Electric Heat/AC) Incentives are offered for occupancy-based controls that control electric air conditioning, heat pumps, and / or electric heating units for individual hotel rooms. Sensors must be controlled by automatic occupancy detectors or a key-card system, and the default setting for controlled units differ by at least 5 degrees (or shut the unit fan and heating or cooling off completely) from the operating set point during unoccupied periods. The control system may also be tied into other electric loads, such as lighting and plug loads to shut them off when occupancy is not sensed. The incentive is per HVAC unit controlled, not per sensor, for multi-room suites. Replacement or upgrades of existing occupancy-based controls are not eligible as a prescriptive incentive.

H21

Hotel Guestroom Occupancy Sensor (Non-Electric Heat/AC) Incentives are offered for occupancy-based controls that control cooling-only HVAC units for individual hotel rooms. Sensors must be controlled by automatic occupancy detectors or a key-card system, and, the default setting for controlled units differ by at least 5 degrees (or shut the unit fan and heating or cooling off completely) from the operating set point during unoccupied periods. The incentive is per HVAC unit controlled, not per sensor; for multiroom suites. The control system may also be tied into other electric loads, such as lighting and plug loads to shut them off when occupancy is not sensed. Replacement or upgrades of existing occupancy-based controls are not eligible as a prescriptive incentive.

H22

Energy Management System, Basic Central Time Control (Pre-Notification Application is Required) Buildings upgrading existing digital EMS systems are not eligible for prescriptive incentives but MAY BE eligible under a Custom Application. Incentives at this level are offered for existing buildings that currently have either no control or only basic electronic or electromechanical time controls for HVAC or lighting or refrigeration systems. EMS system must new and include central time control, graphic operator interface, whole building real-time power and energy monitoring capability, and at least three enhanced control strategies beyond those already in place at the site from the list provided on the EMS worksheet. This measure may not be combined with the central lighting control incentive. Customer or Trade Ally must complete the supplemental EMS worksheet for this measure, which can be found at www.peco.com/SmartIdeas and may be required to provide actual operating data to verify performance.

H23

Energy Management System, Electric Heat, No Present Central Time Control (Pre-Notification Application is Required) Buildings upgrading existing digital EMS systems are not eligible for prescriptive incentives but MAY BE eligible under a Custom Application. Incentives at this level are offered for existing buildings that have electricity as their primary source of heat and currently do not have time, or occupancy-based HVAC or lighting controls. EMS system must be new, and must include central time control, graphic operator interface, whole building real-time power and energy monitoring capability, and at least three enhanced control strategies beyond those already in place at the site from the list provided on the EMS worksheet. This measure may not be combined with the central lighting control incentive. Customer or Trade Ally must complete the supplemental EMS worksheet for this measure, which can be found at www.peco.com/SmartIdeas and may be required to provide actual operating data to verify performance.

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CHILLERS INCENTIVES WORKSHEET


Chillers must satisfy efficiency requirements for both full load and IPLV efficiencies for either Path A or Path B to qualify for incentives.
Path B Path A Qualifying Full Load Qualifying IPLV Qualifying Full Chillers Qualifying IPLV Equipment Type and Capacity Incentive Per Ton Efficiency Efficiency Measure Code Load Efficiency Efficiency Air Cooled Chillers < 150 tons 10.518 EER C01 13.75 EER N/A N/A $30.00 150 tons 10.518 EER C02 14.03 EER N/A N/A $30.00 Water Cooled Positive Displacement or Reciprocating Chillers - Level 1 < 75 tons 0.780 kW/ton C03 0.567 kW/ton 0.800 kW/ton 0.540 kW/ton $25.00 75 tons and < 150 tons 0.775 kW/ton C04 0.554 kW/ton 0.790 kW/ton 0.527 kW/ton $25.00 150 tons and < 300 tons 0.680 kW/ton C05 0.522 kW/ton 0.718 kW/ton 0.486 kW/ton $25.00 300 tons 0.620 kW/ton C06 0.486 kW/ton 0.639 kW/ton 0.441 kW/ton $10.00 Water Cooled Positive Displacement or Reciprocating Chillers - Level 2 < 75 tons 0.780 kW/ton C07 0.504 kW/ton 0.800 kW/ton 0.480 kW/ton $40.00 75 tons and < 150 tons 0.775 kW/ton C08 0.492 kW/ton 0.790 kW/ton 0.469 kW/ton $40.00 150 tons and < 300 tons 0.680 kW/ton C09 0.464 kW/ton 0.718 kW/ton 0.432 kW/ton $40.00 300 tons 0.620 kW/ton C10 0.432 kW/ton 0.639 kW/ton 0.392 kW/ton $20.00 Water Cooled Centrifugal Chillers - Level 1 < 300 tons 0.634 kW/ton C11 0.536 kW/ton 0.639 kW/ton 0.405 kW/ton $10.00 300 tons and < 600 tons 0.576 kW/ton C12 0.494 kW/ton 0.600 kW/ton 0.360 kW/ton $20.00 600 tons 0.570 kW/ton C13 0.494 kW/ton 0.590 kW/ton 0.360 kW/ton $20.00 Water Cooled Centrifugal Chillers - Level 2 < 300 tons 0.634 kW/ton C14 0.477 kW/ton 0.639 kW/ton 0.360 kW/ton $25.00 300 tons and < 600 tons 0.576 kW/ton C15 0.439 kW/ton 0.600 kW/ton 0.320 kW/ton $40.00 600 tons 0.570 kW/ton C16 0.439 kW/ton 0.590 kW/ton 0.320 kW/ton $40.00 Chillers Measure Code Quantity (A) Tons (B) Full Load Efficiency Incentive IPLV Efficiency (A x B x Incentive per
ton)

Make and Model

Path*

Total Chillers Incentives:


* Path Options: A, B

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CHILLER SPECIFICATIONS
The prescriptive incentives on the chillers incentive worksheet are valid for standard commercial applications, defined as unitary electric chillers serving a single load at the system or sub-system level. All other chiller applications, including existing chillers with Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs), and existing chillers serving multiple load groups, and chillers in industrial applications are defined as non-standard and must apply for a site specific, custom incentive.
Chillers Measure Code

Specification

Air-Cooled Chillers Water Cooled Positive Displacement or Reciprocating Chillers - Level 1 & Level 2 Water Cooled Centrifugal Chillers Level 1 & Level 2 Incentives are offered for chillers with an IPLV value (expressed in kW per ton) that is less than or equal to the qualifying Level 1 or Level 2 efficiency shown in the table below. The chiller efficiency rating must be based on ARI Standard 550/590-2003 for IPLV conditions. The chillers must meet ARI standards 550/590-2003, be UL listed, and use a minimum ozone-depleting refrigerant (e.g., HCFC or HFC). The ARI net capacity value should be used to determine the chiller tons. A manufacturers specification sheet with the rated kW/ton-IPLV or COP-IPLV must accompany the application, along with the four point performance data that is the basis for the IPLV. The application must include a certification that the chiller is appropriately sized for site design load conditions. Chillers must satisfy efficiency requirements for both full load and IPLV efficiencies for either Path A or Path B. The table shows the minimum efficiency ratings to qualify for the prescriptive incentive, which must be consistent with the expected operating conditions of the efficient chiller. For example, if the efficient chiller satisfies Path A and generally performs at part load, the appropriate baseline chiller efficiency is the IPLV value under Path A. If the efficient chiller satisfies Path B and generally performs at full load, the appropriate baseline chiller efficiency is the full load value under Path B. Generally, chillers operating above 70 percent load for a majority (50% or more) of operating hours should use Path A and chillers below 70% load for the majority of operating hours should use Path B.

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