I'm working on a recreation center project that includes a daycare. The daycare space will not be fit-out as part of the project. From my understanding, we can exclude a small portion of the total loads from each end-use category, but can this be done for an entire space if the daycare makes up no more than 10% of the total connected load of the whole building end uses? End uses can be grouped by occupancy type, so can the entire daycare occupancy, which makes up ~5% of total occupancy, be exempt from advanced metering requirements? We will be following the whole-building energy simulation in the EAp Minimum Energy Performance, so if the simulation proves that daycare reresents <10% of total annual consumption then I'm wondering if it won't have to comply with advanced metering requirements. Metering is a city requirement.
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