Energize Denver Service Provider Training Quiz

Service providers must watch all 3 Energize Denver training videos before taking this quiz. The purpose of this quiz is to ensure that vendors are aware of the Energize Denver benchmarking and performance requirements to assist Denver’s building owners and managers with compliance.

Participants must answer all questions correctly (40/40) to be added to the list of Trained Service Providers for Buildings 25,000 sq. ft. and larger. The quiz may be taken as many times as needed in order to score 100%. Once you’ve passed the quiz, you must email energizedenver@denvergov.org and ask to be added to the list.

In passing this quiz, you acknowledge that your contact information will be publicly posted on the Energize Denver website.

What Energize Denver Tasks can you assist a building owner with? *
I am the following type of provider: *
If you are a consulting service provider, what tasks do you provide? *
If you are a contractor, what types of products do you provide/install? *
If you are a product vendor, what types of products do you sell? *
What building type categories do you serve? *
Does your company have a square footage threshold for buildings you provide service? If so, choose "other" and type in the number (Ex: 100,000 and larger; 50,000 and larger). *
Have you watched all three Energize Denver vendor training videos? *
What year is Denver committed to eliminating greenhouse gas emissions? *
What are the benefits of the Energize Denver policy? Check all that apply. *
CASR is providing a free technical assistance program for under-resourced buildings. *
Small building performance requirements apply to buildings of what size? (in square feet) *
In the ordinance, what are the options that small buildings have to comply with the performance requirements? Check all that apply. *
Building owners do not need to transfer benchmarking and performance requirement progress to the next building owner. *
In what years will the building code be updated to require electrification upon system replacement? Check all that apply. *
What are the caveats that determine whether electrification is required? Check all that apply. *
Starting on March 1, 2023, the natural gas system permitting process changes to be almost the same as electric equipment and will require a plan review. *
An Electrification Feasibility Report is a full audit and should cover all equipment in the building. *
For benchmarking submissions, when is third party data verification required? Check all that apply. *
The third-party data verifier cannot be the building owner or an employee of the building owner or the building owner’s designee who prepares or submits benchmarking information in Portfolio Manager. *
It is not important to break down the square footage of different building types within the building’s ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager benchmarking profile. *
What types of buildings are covered by the performance requirements? Check all that apply. *
What metric is used to measure the progress of each building towards their final energy targets? *
Which year of benchmarking data was used to establish baseline EUIs? *
When are the interim and final targets years? Check all that apply. *
What percentage of buildings have already achieved their final 2030 target EUI and just need to maintain their performance? *
Data Centers have been split into two categories: Class A is where 15% or more of the square footage is a data center and it’s in the Manufacturing/Agricultural/Industrial designation; and Class B data centers (less than 15% of square footage) are a target adjustment. *
What target adjustments are available to normalize the 2030 target? Check all that apply. *
The electrification credit is applied when the building reaches 80% whole-building percent electricity. *
What are the different methods for applying the electrification credit? *
For the renewables credit, does the owner have to retain the renewable energy credits to get credit for the generation? *
For long-term contracts in the renewables credit, what is the minimum length of the contract needed? *
Short-term contracts will be allowed for the renewables credit, but for interim targets only and with limits. *
Choose the types of alternate compliance options that are available as of the November 2022 rulemaking. Check all that apply. *
What are some of the minimum requirements of an energy audit? Check all that apply. *
Denver is using which Department of Energy tool for auditors to create the Energy Audit? *
What are the basic attachments for an individual building’s timeline adjustment application, not including supporting documentation? Check all that apply. *
An approved timeline adjustment does not result in a legally binding agreement that outlines the building’s new compliance plan. *
Did CASR approve a one-year timeline adjustment to the 2024 target for all buildings that have a complete 2021 calendar year Benchmarking Report (2022 Reporting Year) on file with CASR? *
The 30% EUI Reduction property Type Adjustment is only available for a small number of building types in Denver. *
Manufacturing, Agricultural, and Industrial Buildings are exempt from the performance requirements. *
What steps are included in CASR’s performance evaluation process? Check all that apply. *
The target penalty will be assessed at the $0.30/kBtu level for the interim and final targets, unless stated differently in an alternate compliance option agreement. *
Once a building meets the 2030 target and is switched to maintenance penalties, what is the threshold for switching the building back to target penalties if the building’s EUI worsens? *
Buildings with approved alternate compliance options have a penalty level based on when the application was submitted. *
CASR will be assessing maintenance penalties in between the 2024 and 2030 targets. *
After CASR sends a warning notice to the building owner that they are not in compliance after evaluation of a target, the building owner has no alternative other than pay the penalty. *
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