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Generate HVAC Design Reports with the Click of a Button Technical Bulletin, November 7, 2018

Last Updated: 03-17-2021

The two most commonly used residential HVAC design programs, Wrightsoft Right-Suite Universal and Elite RHVAC, can now automatically generate the ENERGY STAR HVAC Design Report. Before, HVAC designers laboriously copied design information onto the HVAC Design Report manually. With this major step forward, the HVAC Design Report is completed fast and accurately, standardizing the exchange of information between the HVAC and HERS rating industry.

Audience: Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Contractors, Raters
Resource Type: Technical Bulletin
Program Area: Single Family/Low Rise Multifamily
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Track A - HVAC Grading Now Available for Use! Technical Bulletin, October 5, 2021

Last Updated: 10-08-2021

Track A - HVAC Grading is a collection of requirements built upon ANSI / RESNET / ACCA / ICC Standard 310 that can be used to satisfy many of the HVAC design and commissioning components of the ENERGY STAR Single-Family New Homes program. This technical bulletin highlights its key benefits, outlines how to use it, and compares it to the original set of requirements, now named Track B - HVAC Credential.

Audience: Architects & Designers, Builders, Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Contractors, Home Energy Providers/Raters, Raters, Utilities/Program Sponsors
Resource Type: Technical Bulletin
Program Area: Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC), Program/Partner Updates, Single Family/Low Rise Multifamily
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Track A - HVAC Grading by Rater Now Available for Use with ENERGY STAR Multifamily New Construction Program! Technical Bulletin, October 5, 2021

Last Updated: 10-08-2021

Track A - HVAC Grading by Rater is a collection of requirements built upon ANSI / RESNET / ACCA / ICC Standard 310 that can be used to satisfy many of the HVAC design and functional testing components of the ENERGY STAR Multifamily New Construction (MFNC) program. This technical bulletin highlights its key benefits, outlines how to use it, and compares it to the original set of requirements, now named Track B - HVAC Testing by Functional Testing Agent.

Audience: Architects & Designers, Builders, Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Contractors, Home Energy Providers/Raters, Raters, Utilities/Program Sponsors
Resource Type: Technical Bulletin
Program Area: Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC), Multifamily High Rise, Program/Partner Updates, Single Family/Low Rise Multifamily