Resource end use. This can also be used to qualify a renewable energy that is generated on-site that has its own dedicated meter. This can be applied at the premises or individual system or equipment level.
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure|
|Baseload||Baseload is the energy consumed for the day-to-day operation of a premises that is not used as a response to outside weather (i.e., excludes heating and cooling).||None|
|Plug in electric vehicle||None|
|Heat pump supplemental||None|
|Domestic hot water||None|
|Not applicable||Not applicable||None|
|Air distribution fans||None|
|Water distribution pumps||None|
|Whole premises||Entire premises||None|
|SHW DHW||Solar hot water domestic hot water||None|
|Generator||Resource used to fuel a generator, which delivers energy on-site.||None|
CSV or XML files containing information such as definition, unique ID, and URL for each BEDES Term or List Option can be downloaded by clicking the appropriate orange button. The downloaded file can then be processed offline. Note that the XML documents are simply a "flat file" of terms, not a structured schema.