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Are there descriptions for what each output variable in the .rdd file includes?

It would be nice to have descriptions for all the variables but for example, the output variables named "Facility Total Building Electric Demand Power", "Facility Total HVAC Electric Demand Power", and "Facility Total Electric Demand Power" will probably have some overlap. I would like to know what is included in these variables so that I can work with specific combinations of electric power.

Thank you,

Ryan

Are there descriptions for what each output variable in the .rdd file includes?

It would be nice to have descriptions for all the variables but for example, the output variables named "Facility Total Building Electric Demand Power", "Facility Total HVAC Electric Demand Power", and "Facility Total Electric Demand Power" will probably have some overlap. I would like to know what is included in these variables so that I can work with specific combinations of electric power.

Thank you,

Ryan

Are there descriptions for what each output variable in the .rdd file includes?

It would be nice to have descriptions for all the variables but for example, the output variables named "Facility Total Building Electric Demand Power", "Facility Total HVAC Electric Demand Power", and "Facility Total Electric Demand Power" will probably have some overlap. I would like to know what is included in these variables so that I can work with specific combinations of electric power.

Thank you,

Ryan

Are there descriptions for what each output variable in the .rdd file includes?

It would be nice to have descriptions for all the variables but for example, the output variables named "Facility Total Building Electric Demand Power", "Facility Total HVAC Electric Demand Power", and "Facility Total Electric Demand Power" will probably have some overlap. I would like to know what is included in these variables so that I can work with specific combinations of electric power.

Thank you,

Ryan