**Energy Star for New Homes – Scenario 1**

1 Shower, 1 ThermoDrain = Full points for 2 Showers

Houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all the showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

Logic = All of the shower water energy is being recovered.

**Energy Star for New Homes – Scenario 2**

2 Showers, 1 ThermoDrain hooked to 1 Shower only = 1 Shower points only

Logic = Only 1/2 of the shower water energy is being recovered.

**Energy Star for New Homes – Scenario 3**

2 Showers, 1 ThermoDrain hooked to 2 Showers = 2 Shower points

Logic = All of the shower water energy is being recovered.

ENERGY STAR® CANADA FOR NEW HOMES 2017 BUILD STANDARD 12.8 AND 17.0 ONTARIO FOR THERMODRAIN

ThermoDrain can contribute significant credits in many energy rating systems for a very low cost making it the best next step in improving building performance further. Raters should use this information to include DWHR in their building models and to calculate actual applicable credits.

The TD342B is the ThermoDrain model used for Energy Star for New Homes across Canada. It exceeds the minimum performance requirements set by Natural Resources Canada.

Core Builder Option Packages (BOP) now include ThermoDrain as an option. If your province is not listed below, you can still received significant and cost effective points through Performance Path.

Points for ThermoDrain in the 2016 ENERGY STAR®

Points are based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all the showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

Alberta – Core Builder Option Packages (BOP). Optional points required

- ESNH AB ZONE 1 – 2.0 Option points required.
- ESNH AB ZONE 2 – 2.1 Option points required.
- ESNH AB ZONE 3 – 1.9 Option points required.

note 11 This option is based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception,: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

note 12 BOP points are calculated as follows: 0.1 or [(max. points) / (# MURB units in building)] * [# DWHR units], whichever is greater.

British Columbia – Core Builder Option Packages (BOP). Optional points required

- ESNH BC ZONE 1 – 2.5 Option points required.
- ESNH BC ZONE 2 – 2.6 Option points required.
- ESNH BC ZONE 3 – 2.5 Option points required.
- ESNH BC ZONE 4 – 2.6 Option points required.
- ESNH BC ZONE 5 – 2.6 Option points required.

option points note – Select options from Table 14 such that the points assigned total not less than the amount of points indicated in this table for the applicable climate zone

note 13 This option is based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

note 14 BOP points are calculated as follows: 0.1 or [(max. points) / (# MURB units in building)] * [# DWHR units], whichever is greater.

New Brunswick Core Builder Option Packages (BOP).

- Zone 1 Points Required 2.6
- Zone 2 Points Required 3.0

note 13 This option is based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

note 14 BOP points are calculated as follows: 0.1 or [(max. points) / (# MURB units in building)] * [# DWHR units], whichever is greater.

Manitoba BOP Options

- ESNH MB Zone 1 points required 1.8 points
- ESNH MB Zone 2 points required 1.2 points
- ESNH MB Zone 3 points required 2.0 points

note 10 This option is based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

note 11 BOP points are calculated as follows: 0.1 or [(max. points) / (# MURB units in building)] * [# DWHR units], whichever is greater.

Newfoundland and Labrador Core Builder Option Packages (BOP)

- ESNH NL Zone 1 points required 2.6 points
- ESNH NL Zone 2 points required 2.8 points
- ESNH NL Zone 3 points required 2.9 points

note 11 This option is based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

note 12 BOP points are calculated as follows: 0.1 or [(max. points) / (# MURB units in building)] * [# DWHR units], whichever is greater.

Northwest Territories (BOP).

- TBA – soon

Nova Scotia Core Builder Option Packages (BOP).

- ESNH NL Zone 1 points required 4.9 points

note 11 This option is based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

note 12 BOP points are calculated as follows: 0.1 or [(max. points) / (# MURB units in building)] * [# DWHR units], whichever is greater.

Ontario Core Builder Option Packages (BOP).

- ON Zone 1 RSI (R) points required 1.9 points
- ON Zone 2 RSI (R) points required 1.6 points

Note 12 This option is based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all the showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

Note 13 BOP points are calculated as follows: 0.1 or [(max. points) / (# MURB units in building)] * [# DWHR units], whichever is greater.

Prince Edward Island Core Builder Option Packages (BOP).

- Zone 1 points required 2.6

note 12 This option is based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

note 13 BOP points are calculated as follows: 0.1 or [(max. points) / (# MURB units in building)] * [# DWHR units], whichever is greater.

Saskatchewan Core Builder Option Packages (BOP).

- ESNH SK Zone 1 points required 2.2
- ESNH SK Zone 2 points required 2.1

note 10 This option is based on the number of shower stacks from which heat is being recovered, not the number of DWHR units, with one exception: houses with a total of one shower may claim the points for two showers since the DWHR unit is recovering heat from all showers in the house. The maximum allowable amount is two showers.

note 11 BOP points are calculated as follows: 0.1 or [(max. points) / (# MURB units in building)] * [# DWHR units], whichever is greater.

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