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Welcome to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2030 Design Data Exchange (DDx) API. This guide outlines the steps to get you in motion and the relevant links to additional detail. The ability to import project data from an energy modeling tool is the first feature being exposed in the DDx API. The intent is to expand the data integration capabilities of the DDx through the API over time.

The energy modeling tool import feature allows a project that has been created in an energy modeling tool by the architecture firm and/or project team members to be added or updated to the firm’s account in the DDx database.


The API POST process typically works in the following manner:

  1. Authenticate the initiating process/user
  2. Project parameter values to be submitted are verified
  3. Send project parameter values to DDX
  4. Response sent to the user with a Project ID and Reporting Year
  5. Log entry is posted on the Firm Account page in the DDx that is accessible by a firm administrator


API POST process flow:

Methods

Authenticate

Authenticate the user in the DDx and obtain the authentication token (auth token).

Request

Method

URL

POST

api/v1/authenticate/


Method

Request body properties (JSON)

TYPE

POST

firm_key

String

POST

user_key

String


After successful authentication, the auth token must be sent with all client requests.

Response

Status

Response

200

{

  "authToken":

}

authToken ( string ) all further API calls must have this key in header

400

{"error":"Please provide Firm key."}

400

{"error":"Please provide User key."}

401

{"error":"Invalid Firm key."}

401

{"error":"Incorrect User key."}

500

{"error":"Something went wrong. Please try again later."}


Import project

Creates or updates a project in the DDx using the information passed on through the parameters. Project ID and Reporting Year are mandatory input fields for this call.

Project ID and Reporting Year will be required in order to identify the project. In case the combination of Project ID and Reporting Year does not exist in the DDx a new project will be created.

Note: When an existing project is updated on the DDx all input values for the existing project view are replaced.

Request

Method

URL

POST

api/v1/import_project/


Method

Request body properties (JSON)

TYPE

POST

authToken

String

POST

projectId

String

POST

reportingYear

Number

POST

Complete parameter List given in appendix

List


Note: The authToken was generated in response to /api/v1/authenticate

Response

Status

Response

200

Example responses will be shown below-

For new Projects:

{

"projectId": “PDLTH1439157182”.

"reportingYear": “2015”.

"message:“Successfully Created”

}

For existing Projects:

{

"projectId": “PDLTH1439157182”.

"reportingYear": “2015”.

"message:“Successfully Updated”

}

400

{"error": {message: "Invalid Value or Mandatory values are missing."} }

Note: List of all error messages provided in appendix below

401

{"message": "Invalid Auth Token."}

401

{"message": "Auth Token Expired."}

500

{"error":"Something went wrong. Please try again later."}

The Energy Model Import API feature currently only allows the import of project data for a single project at a time, and it will not allow a project to be deleted or removed from the firm’s account.

Intended Audience

The API documentation is primarily written for programmers familiar with Web Services programming standards such as the REST. An initial focus is increasing the number of energy modeling tools linking to the API, but 2030 Commitment firms could also leverage the API as well.

For AIA 2030 Commitment firms that are interested in learning more about the API workflows, see the API Use Cases section for further information.

Energy Modeling Tools Utilizing The 2030 DDx API


Energy Model Tool Name

vendor

Link

Autodesk Insight 360

Autodesk

https://insight360.autodesk.com/oneenergy

Sefaira Architecture

Trimble (Sefaira)

http://sefaira.com/

Sefaira Systems

Trimble (Sefaira)

http://sefaira.com/

Cove Tool

Cove.tool

https://covetool.com

PlanItImpact

PlanIt Impact

https://www.planitimpact.com/

IESVE Software

IES Ltd.

http://www.iesve.com/aia-2030-ddx

ClimateStudio

Solemma LLC

https://www.solemma.com/ClimateStudio.html

NEO Net Energy OptimizerWilldanhttps://netenergyoptimizer.com/


The API has been developed in an OPEN format, with the intent that an increasing number of vendors and tools to utilize the API.

If you are interested in learning more about how your company or energy modeling tool can utilize the API, please send an e-mail to 2030commitment@aia.org with the subject line of “API Interest” and a description of how you would like to utilize the API.

One thing to note is that as other tools begin to utilize the API, there are the potential for differences between energy model tools for what input fields are transferred to the API. The API contains both mandatory and optional project parameter fields, and it is at the discretion of the energy model tool provider to determine which optional project parameter fields will be included in their implementation

API Use Cases

The DDx API allows project data to be transferred from an energy modeling tool to the DDx directly to either create a new project or update a previous project. The project import will only work on energy modeling tools that have enabled the DDx API. Potential use cases include, but are not limited to:

  • Within the member firm: A staff member of a firm with a DDx account can use the Firm Key, obtained from a firm administrator, and their User Key to create or update a single project from an energy modeling tool that has enabled the DDx API.
  • Outside of the member firm: A member firm working with an energy modeling consultant, engineer or other party can provide the Firm Key and a User Key, so that they can create or update a single project from an energy modeling tool that has enabled the DDx API.

Project teams may update the energy model results at each project phase or at certain phases during the project.

Architectural Overview

The API provides a one-directional project data import feature via REST based web service (Figure 1 - High-level project data flow). Currently the implementation is for data transfer one project at a time. JSON object(s) will be used as the means of data transfer. Developers can build custom applications, tools, and services that utilize this API to send project information to the DDx.

REST Model

Clients make standard HTTP requests over an SSL channel. Clients make requests either in aggregate or a specific resource.The format of the URL is: endpoint/version/namespace/resource[?query_parameters]

High level flow

Figure 1 - High-level project data flow



Detailed flow

Figure 2 - Detailed project data flow


API Testing & Calls

Sample API Request For User Authentication-

curl -v -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Content-type: application/json" -X POST -d '{"user_key":"8TNCKY7VCDA7B4FRP","firm_key":"ABCDEF12346"}'


Test API URL For Authentication-

https://stg-2030ddx.aia.org/api/v1/authenticate


Sample API Request For Project Create Or Update-

curl -v -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Content-type: application/json" -X POST -d ' {"authToken":"1680182731c08abd596308089fea74c94", "projectName":"Test API 11", "projectId":"TESTAPI0011", "projectCategory":"Non-Residential", "projectPhase":"Concept", "reportingYear":"2015", "country":"India", "state":"Maharashtra", "zipcode":"400200", "city":"Nagpur", "climateZone":"3C Warm - Marine", "useType1":"Residential - Multi-Family, 5 or more units", "useType1Area":"20000","designEnergyCode":"ASHRAE 90.1-2001", "responsiblePartyForEnergyModel":"Design Engineer", "energyModelingTool":"DOE-2.1E/EnergyPro", "baselineEUI":"45", "predictedEUI":"45", "lightingPowerDensity":"6", "windowToWallRatio":"4", "renewables":"PV;Wind Turbine", "occupancySensorsIncluded":"Yes", "daylightingSensorsIncluded":"No", "electricityProducedOffSite":"4500", "naturalGasCombustedOnSite":"56", "districtSteam":"678", "districtHotWater":"678", "districtChilledWater":"678", "chillerType":"Electric Driven", "diesel":"6000", "electricityFromRenewablesOnSite":"6789"}'


Test API URL For Project Create Or Update

https://stg-2030ddx.aia.org/api/v1/import_project


Production API URL for Authentication

https://2030ddx.aia.org​​​​​​​/api/v1/authenticate

Production API URL for Project create or Update

https://2030ddx.aia.org/api/v1/import_project


 User Authentication

When firm users are attempting to transfer project data from an energy modeling tool linked to the DDx API, the first step in the process is authentication. For authentication purposes, two types of keys—the User Key and Firm Key—are required to be provided by the user to generate an authentication token and establish the data link.

User key

A User Key can be generated by the Firm user. Figure 3 shows where the user can go to generate and access the user key once it has been created. The key will be a 17 characters string encrypted using 160-bit encryption. This should be sent along with the Firm Key (i.e., Firm ID) for authentication. The User Key along with the Firm Key will be used to generate an authentication token.

Firm Key

Each firm that has a DDx account will be provided a Firm Key, which is accessible by a Firm user with administrative status, and is displayed on Section 2 of the My Account screen (Figure 3). The key will be 11 characters string encrypted using 160-bit encryption. The Firm Key along with the User Key will be used to generate an authentication token.

Authentication Token

When a valid User Key along with a valid Firm Key are provided, an authentication token will be generated. The authentication token will be a 16 characters string encrypted using 160-bit encryption and will be valid for 24 hours.

Project Parameter Fields

The table identifies the DDx Parameter fields that are currently incorporated into the API. Each row displays the API Parameter name, the entry type and the units. In addition, the “Field Type” column displays if the parameter is “Mandatory” or “Optional”. Also if “text to match DDx selection option” is provided in the “Entry Type” column, then the DDx selection option list for that parameter can be found in the next section.


DDx Input Field

API Parameter Name

Field Type

Entry Type

Units

Project Name

projectName

Mandatory

Text

 

Project ID

projectId

Optional

Text


Project Category

projectCategory

Optional

Text to MATCH


Construction Type 1

constructionType

Optional

Text to MATCH


Project Phase

projectPhase

Mandatory

Text to MATCH

 

Reporting Year

reportingYear

Mandatory

Numerical, 4-digits

 

Country

country

Mandatory

Text to MATCH

 

State/Province

state

Mandatory 2

Text to MATCH

 

Zip/Postal Code

zipcode

Mandatory 2

Numerical, at least 5 digits

 

City

city

Mandatory

Text


Climate Zone

climateZone

Optional

Text to MATCH


Use Type 1

useType1

Mandatory

Text to MATCH

 

Use Type 1 Area

useType1Area

Mandatory

Numerical

ft 2

Use Type 2

useType2

Optional

Text to MATCH


Use Type 2 Area

useType2Area

Optional

Numerical

ft 2

Use Type 3

useType3

Optional

Text to MATCH


Use Type 3 Area

useType3Area

Optional

Numerical

ft 2

Use Type 4

useType4

Optional

Text to MATCH


Use Type 4 Area

useType4Area

Optional

Numerical

ft 2

Use Type 5

useType5

Optional

Text to MATCH


Use Type 5 Area

useType5Area

Optional

Numerical

ft 2

Design Energy Code

designEnergyCode

Mandatory

Text to MATCH

 

Energy Modeling Tool

energyModelingTool

Mandatory

Text to MATCH


Baseline EUI 3

baselineEUI

Optional

Numerical

kBtu/sf/yr

Predicted EUI

predictedEUI

Mandatory

Numerical

kBtu/sf/yr

Lighting Power Density

lightingPowerDensity

Optional

Numerical

W/sf

Window to Wall Ratio %

windowToWallRatio

Optional

Numerical (5-100)

%

Renewables

renewables

Optional

Text to MATCH


Occupancy Sensors Included

occupancySensorsIncluded

Optional

Yes/No


Dayligthing Sensors Included

daylightingSensorsIncluded

Optional

Yes/No


Electricity Produced Off-site

electricityProducedOffSite

Optional

Numerical

kWh/yr

Natural Gas Combusted On-Site

naturalGasCombustedOnSite

Optional

Numerical

Therms/yr

District Steam

districtSteam

Optional

Numerical

MBtu/yr

District Hot Water

districtHotWater

Optional

Numerical

MBtu/yr

District Chilled Water

districtChilledWater

Optional

Numerical

MBtu/yr

Chiller Type

chillerType

Optional

Text to MATCH


Diesel

diesel

Optional

Numerical

MBtu/yr

Electricity from Renewables on-site

electricityFromRenewablesOnSite

Optional

Numerical

MBtu/yr

1 Construction Type is a required field, but it is listed as “optional” because by default a project will be assigned to “New Construction”. If the project is the construction type “Major Renovation of Existing Building”, it would need to be a field that was part of the data transfer.

2 State/Province and Zip/Postal Code is mandatory only for country = “United States of America”.

3 Baseline EUI is currently a mandatory field that is required for a project to save in the DDx, and become part of the Firm Portfolio. After a project is imported, the Baseline EUI value will be displayed as transferred, and the Define Baseline option will be marked as “Other”.


Parameter Selection Option Lists

DDx Input Field

API Parameter Name

DDx MATCH Selection Option

Project Category

projectCategory

Non-Residential

Residential

Project Phase

projectPhase

Concept

Schematic Design

Design Development

Construction Documents

Construction Administration


Country

country

See Appendix A

State/Province

state

See Appendix B

Climate Zone

climateZone

1a very hot humid 
1b very hot dry   
2a hot humid      
2b hot dry        
3a warm humid     
3b warm dry       
3c warm marine    
4a mixed humid    
4b mixed dry      
4c mixed marine   
5a cool humid     
5b cool dry       
6a cold humid     
6b cold dry       
7 very cold       
8 subarctic       

Use Type 1

useType1

See Appendix C

Design Energy Code

designEnergyCode

ASHRAE 90.1-1999                                       
ASHRAE 90.1-2001                                       
ASHRAE 90.1-2004                                       
ASHRAE 90.1-2007                                       
ASHRAE 90.1-2010                                       
ASHRAE 90.1-2013                                       
ASHRAE 90.1-2016                                       
California Title 24 2005 for high rise residential     
California Title 24 2005 for single family residential 
California Title 24 2008                               
California Title 24 2010                               
California Title 24 2013                               
California Title 24 2016                               
California Title 24 Non Residential 2008               
California Title 24 Residential 2005                   
California Title 24 Residential 2008                   
IECC 2003                                              
IECC 2006                                              
IECC 2009                                              
IECC 2012                                              
IECC 2015                                              
IECC-2018                                              
Massachusetts Stretch Code                             
NECB 2011                                              
NECB 2015                                              
NECB 2017                                              
Older than 1999                                        
Oregon Energy Code 2010                                
Oregon Energy Code 2014                                
Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialty Code 2010           
Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialy Code 2010            
Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialy Code 2014            
Washington Energy Code                                 
Washington Energy Code 2012                            
Washington Energy Code 2015                            

Energy Modeling Tool

energyModelingTool

30 AEDG AERG                
50 AEDG AERG                
Autodesk Insight 360        
Cove.tool                   
DOE-2.1E EnergyPro          
DOE-2.1E VisualDOE          
DOE 2.2                     
DOE-2.2 eQuest              
DOE-2.2 GreenBuildingStudio 
DOE-2.2 Other               
EnergyPlus AECOSim          
EnergyPlus DesignBuilder    
EnergyPlus Ladybug Tools    
EnergyPlus OpenStudio       
EnergyPlus Simergy          
EnergyPlus Other            
HAP                         
HEED                        
Home Energy Saver           
IES - Virtual Environment   
REM Rate                    
Sefaira                     
TRACE 700                   
TRNSYS                      
Other                       
NEO Net Energy Optimizer    
PlanITImpact                
ClimateStudio               

Renewables

renewables

None

PV

Solar Thermal

Wind Turbine

Chiller Type

chillerType

Electric Driven

Natural Gas Absorption

Natural Gas Engine Driven

Glossary

Conventions

  • Client - Client application.
  • Status - HTTP status code of response.
  • All the possible responses are listed under ‘Responses’ for each method. Only one of them is issued per request server.
  • All response are in JSON format.
  • All request parameters are mandatory unless explicitly marked as [optional]
  • The type of values accepted for a request parameter are shown the the values column like this [10|<any number>;] .The | symbol means OR. If the parameter is [optional], the default value is shown in blue bold text, as 10 is written in [10|<any number>].

Status Codes

All status codes are standard HTTP status codes. The below ones are used in this API.

2XX - Success of some kind

4XX - Error occurred in client’s part

5XX - Error occurred in server’s part

Specific field level errors will be reported. 

Status Code

Description

200

OK

201

Created

202

Accepted (Request accepted, and queued for execution)

400

Bad request

401

Authentication failure

403

Forbidden

404

Resource not found

405

Method Not Allowed

409

Conflict Specific field level errors will be reported

412

Precondition Failed

413

Request Entity Too Large By default this is 1 MB but it is configurable on the server

500

Internal Server Error

501

Not Implemented

503

Service Unavailable

Error Codes

API Response code 400 error message list

Parameter

Validation Check

API Error Response

projectId

check projectId presence

Please provide Project ID.

reportingYear

Please provide Reporting Year.

Please provide Reporting Year.

projectId

Project belongs to your firm.

XYZ project belongs to other firm.

projectName

Is Project Name included?

Project Name cannot be blank

projectCategory

Is Project Category included?

Project Category cannot be blank

projectCategory

Project Category= Interior Only

Interior Only Projects cannot be created/updated from API.

projectCategory

Does Project Category match one of the options on the selection list?

Project Category does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

projectPhase

Is Project Phase included?

Project Phase cannot be blank

projectPhase

Does Project Phase match one of the options on the selection list?

Project Phase does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

country

Is Country included?

Country cannot be blank

country

Does Country match one of the options on the selection list?

Country does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

state

If Country = "United States of America", "China (including Hong Kong)", "Canada" or "India"; State/Province cannot be blank

State cannot be blank

state

Does State/Province match one of the options on the selection list?

State does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

zipcode

If Country = "United States of America", "China (including Hong Kong)", "Canada" or "India"; Zip/Postal Code cannot be blank

zipcode cannot be blank

useType1

Does Use Type match one of the options on the selection list?

Use Type does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

useType1Area

If use type present then Has a Use Type Area been included?

At least one Use Type Area must be associated with a project.

useType1Area

Is Use Type Area a numerical value?

Use Type Area is required to be a numeric value

useType2

Does Use Type match one of the options on the selection list?

Use Type does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

useType2Area

If use type present then Has a Use Type Area been included?

At least one Use Type Area must be associated with a project.

useType2Area

Is Use Type Area a numerical value?

Use Type Area is required to be a numeric value

useType3

Does Use Type match one of the options on the selection list?

Use Type does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

useType3Area

If use type present then Has a Use Type Area been included?

At least one Use Type Area must be associated with a project.

useType3Area

Is Use Type Area a numerical value?

Use Type Area is required to be a numeric value

useType4

Does Use Type match one of the options on the selection list?

Use Type does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

useType4Area

If use type present then Has a Use Type Area been included?

At least one Use Type Area must be associated with a project.

useType4Area

Is Use Type Area a numerical value?

Use Type Area is required to be a numeric value

useType5

Does Use Type match one of the options on the selection list?

Use Type does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

useType5Area

If use type present then Has a Use Type Area been included?

At least one Use Type Area must be associated with a project.

useType5Area

Is Use Type Area a numerical value?

Use Type Area is required to be a numeric value

baselineEUI

Is the value a numerical value?

Baseline EUI is required to be a numeric value.

baselineEUI

Check if Baseline EUI < 0 kBtu/sf/yr

Baseline EUI cannot be a negative number.

predictedEUI

Is the value a numerical value?

Predicted EUI is required to be a numeric value.

lightingPowerDensity

Is the value a numerical value?

Lighting Power Density is required to be a numeric value.

lightingPowerDensity

Check if LPD < 0 W/sf

Lighting Power Density cannot be a negative number.

windowToWallRatio

Check that the input value is between 0-100

The Window to Wall Ratio % cannot be greater than 100 or less than 0.

renewables

Does Renewables Type match one of the options on the selection list?

Renewables Type does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

occupancySensorsIncluded

Is the entry "Yes" or "No"?

Occupancy Sensors included entry can only be "Yes" or "No".

The Window to Wall Ratio % cannot be greater than 100 or less than 0.

Is the entry "Yes" or "No"?

Daylighting Sensors included entry can only be "Yes" or "No".

electricityProducedOffSite

Is the value a numerical value?

Electricity Produced Offsite is required to be a numeric value.

naturalGasCombustedOnSite

Is the value a numerical value?

Natural Gas Combusted Onsite is required to be a numeric value.

districtSteam

Is the value a numerical value?

District Steam is required to be a numeric value.

districtHotWater

Is the value a numerical value?

District Hot Water is required to be a numeric value.

districtChilledWater

Is the value a numerical value?

District Chilled Water is required to be a numeric value.

chillerType

Does Chiller Type match one of the options on the selection list?

Chiller Type does not match one of the selection options. Please check terminology, spelling and/or format.

diesel

Is the value a numerical value?

Diesel is required to be a numeric value.

electricityFromRenewablesOnSite

Is the value a numerical value?

Electricity from Renewables Onsite is required to be a numeric value.


FAQs

What Energy Modeling Tools Can Use The 2030 DDx API?

The 2030 DDx API is OPEN and can be used by any interested energy modeling tools. See the current list of energy modeling tools.

What Happens To The Existing Project When I Update The Project Using The Energy Model Tool Import?

When a project is being updated from an energy modeling tool using the DDx API, the project information being transferred from the energy model tool will override any project data that has been previously been entered for the project for that reporting year.

Additional API Resources

Country Selection List- The current Country selection list, which is based on the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

1

Afghanistan

84

Ghana

167

Oman

2

Aland Islands

85

Gibraltar

168

Pakistan

3

Albania

86

Greece

169

Palau

4

Algeria

87

Greenland

170

Palestine

5

American Samoa

88

Grenada

171

Panama

6

Andorra

89

Guadeloupe

172

Papua New Guinea

7

Angola

90

Guam

173

Paraguay

8

Anguilla

91

Guatemala

174

Peru

9

Antarctica

92

Guernsey

175

Philippines

10

Antigua and Barbuda

93

Guinea

176

Pitcairn

11

Argentina

94

Guinea-Bissau

177

Poland

12

Armenia

95

Guyana

178

Portugal

13

Aruba

96

Haiti

179

Puerto Rico

14

Australia

97

Heard Island and McDonald Islands

180

Qatar

15

Austria

98

Holy See

181

Reunion

16

Azerbaijan

99

Honduras

182

Romania

17

Bahamas

100

Hong Kong

183

Russian Federation

18

Bahrain

101

Hungary

184

Rwanda

19

Bangladesh

102

Iceland

185

Saint Barthelemy

20

Barbados

103

India

186

Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha

21

Belarus

104

Indonesia

187

Saint Kitts and Nevis

22

Belgium

105

Iran

188

Saint Lucia

23

Belize

106

Iraq

189

Saint Martin (French part)

24

Benin

107

Ireland

190

Saint Pierre and Miquelon

25

Bermuda

108

Isle of Man

191

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

26

Bhutan

109

Israel

192

Samoa

27

Bolivia

110

Italy

193

San Marino

28

Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

111

Jamaica

194

Sao Tome and Principe

29

Bosnia and Herzegovina

112

Japan

195

Saudi Arabia

30

Botswana

113

Jersey

196

Senegal

31

Bouvet Island

114

Jordan

197

Serbia

32

Brazil

115

Kazakhstan

198

Seychelles

33

British Indian Ocean Territory

116

Kenya

199

Sierra Leone

34

Brunei Darussalam

117

Kiribati

200

Singapore

35

Bulgaria

118

Korea Democratic People's Republic

201

Sint Maarten (Dutch part)

36

Burkina Faso

119

Korea

202

Slovakia

37

Burundi

120

Kuwait

203

Slovenia

38

Cabo Verde

121

Kyrgyzstan

204

Solomon Islands

39

Cambodia

122

Lao People's Democratic Republic

205

Somalia

40

Cameroon

123

Latvia

206

South Africa

41

Canada

124

Lebanon

207

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

42

Cayman Islands

125

Lesotho

208

South Sudan

43

Central African Republic

126

Liberia

209

Spain

44

Chad

127

Libya

210

Sri Lanka

45

Chile

128

Liechtenstein

211

Sudan

46

China

129

Lithuania

212

Suriname

47

Christmas Island

130

Luxembourg

213

Svalbard and Jan Mayen

48

Cocos Islands

131

Macao

214

Swaziland

49

Colombia

132

Macedonia

215

Sweden

50

Comoros

133

Madagascar

216

Switzerland

51

Congo

134

Malawi

217

Syrian Arab Republic

52

Congo Democratic Republic

135

Malaysia

218

Taiwan

53

Cook Islands

136

Maldives

219

Tajikistan

54

Costa Rica

137

Mali

220

Tanzania

55

Cote d'Ivoire

138

Malta

221

Thailand

56

Croatia

139

Marshall Islands

222

Timor-Leste

57

Cuba

140

Martinique

223

Togo

58

Curacao

141

Mauritania

224

Tokelau

59

Cyprus

142

Mauritius

225

Tonga

60

Czech Republic

143

Mayotte

226

Trinidad and Tobago

61

Denmark

144

Mexico

227

Tunisia

62

Djibouti

145

Micronesia

228

Turkey

63

Dominica

146

Moldova

229

Turkmenistan

64

Dominican Republic

147

Monaco

230

Turks and Caicos Islands

65

Ecuador

148

Mongolia

231

Tuvalu

66

Egypt

149

Montenegro

232

Uganda

67

El Salvador

150

Montserrat

233

Ukraine

68

Equatorial Guinea

151

Morocco

234

United Arab Emirates

69

Eritrea

152

Mozambique

235

United Kingdom

70

Estonia

153

Myanmar

236

United States Minor Outlying Islands

71

Ethiopia

154

Namibia

237

United States of America

72

Faroe Islands

155

Nauru

238

Uruguay

73

Falkland Islands

156

Nepal

239

Uzbekistan

74

Fiji

157

Netherlands

240

Vanuatu

75

Finland

158

New Caledonia

241

Venezuela

76

France

159

New Zealand

242

Vietnam

77

French Guiana

160

Nicaragua

243

Virgin Islands (British)

78

French Polynesia

161

Niger

244

Virgin Islands (U.S.)

79

French Southern Territories

162

Nigeria

245

Wallis and Futuna

80

Gabon

163

Niue

246

Western Sahara

81

Gambia

164

Norfolk Island

247

Yemen

82

Georgia

165

Northern Mariana Islands

248

Zambia

83

Germany

166

Norway

249

Zimbabwe


DDx State/Province List- The DDx currently includes four countries (Canada, China, India, and US) that also contain State/Province selection options.

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State/Province






CANADA

1

Alberta

2

British Columbia

3

Manitoba

4

New Brunswick

5

Newfoundland and Labrador

6

Nova Scotia

7

Northwest Territories

8

Nunavut

9

Ontario

10

Prince Edward Island

11

Quebec

12

Saskatchewan

13

Yukon






CHINA

1

Beijing

2

Tianjin

3

Hebei

4

Shanxi

5

Nei Mongol

6

Liaoning

7

Jilin

8

Heilongjiang

9

Shanghai

10

Jiangsu

11

Zhejiang

12

Anhui

13

Fujian

14

Jiangxi

15

Shandong

16

Henan

17

Hubei

18

Hunan

19

Guangdong

20

Guangxi

21

Hainan

22

Chongqing

23

Sichuan

24

Guizhou

25

Yunnan

26

Xizang

27

Shaanxi

28

Gansu

29

Qinghai

30

Ningxia

31

Xinjiang

32

Taiwan

33

Xianggang

34

Macao






INDIA

1

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

2

Andhra Pradesh

3

Arunachal Pradesh

4

Assam

5

Bihar

6

Chandigarh

7

Chhattisgarh

8

Daman and Diu

9

Delhi

10

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

11

Goa

12

Gujarat

13

Himachal Pradesh

14

Haryana

15

Jharkhand

16

Jammu and Kashmir

17

Karnataka

18

Kerala

19

Lakshadweep

20

Maharashtra

21

Meghalaya

22

Manipur

23

Madhya Pradesh

24

Mizoram

25

Nagaland

26

Odisha

27

Punjab

28

Puducherry

29

Rajasthan

30

Sikkim

31

Telangana

32

Tamil Nadu

33

Tripura

34

Uttar Pradesh

35

Uttarakhand

36

West Bengal








UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

1

Alaska

2

Alabama

3

Arkansas

4

American Samoa

5

Arizona

6

California

7

Colorado

8

Connecticut

9

District of Columbia

10

Delaware

11

Florida

12

Georgia

13

Guam

14

Hawaii

15

Iowa

16

Idaho

17

Illinois

18

Indiana

19

Kansas

20

Kentucky

21

Louisiana

22

Massachusetts

23

Maryland

24

Maine

25

Michigan

26

Minnesota

27

Missouri

28

Northern Mariana Islands

29

Mississippi

30

Montana

31

North Carolina

32

North Dakota

33

Nebraska

34

New Hampshire

35

New Jersey

36

New Mexico

37

Nevada

38

New York

39

Ohio

40

Oklahoma

41

Oregon

42

Pennsylvania

43

Puerto Rico

44

Rhode Island

45

South Carolina

46

South Dakota

47

Tennessee

48

Texas

49

Utah

50

Virginia

51

Virgin Islands

52

Vermont

53

Washington

54

Wisconsin

55

West Virginia

56

Wyoming




DDx Use Type List



AIA 2030 DDx Use Types

ENERGY STAR Target Finder Use Types

1

Bank/Financial Institution

bankBranch

2

Courthouse

Courthouse

3

Data Center

DataCenter

4

Education - College/University (campus-level)

CollegeUniversity

5

Education - General

AdultEducation

6

Education - K-12 School

K-12School

7

Food Sales - Convenience Store (w/ or w/out gas station)

ConvenienceStoreWithGasStation

8

Food Sales - General

WholesaleClubSupercenter

9

Food Sales - Supermarket/Grocery

SupermarketGroceryStore

10

Food Service - Fast Food

FastFoodRestaurant

11

Food Service - General

Food Service

12

Food Service - Restaurant/Cafeteria

Restaurant

13

Health Care - Clinic

UrgentCareClinicOtherOutpatient

14

Health Care - Hospital Inpatient

Hospital

15

Health Care - Medical Office

MedicalOffice

16

Health Care - Nursing/Assisted Living

SeniorCareCommunity

17

Health Care - Outpatient - General

OutpatientRehabilitationPhysicalTherapy

18

Laboratory - recommend use of Labs21 

Laboratory

19

Lodging - General

otherLodgingResidential

20

Lodging - Hotel/Motel

Hotel

21

Lodging - Residence Hall/Dormitory

ResidenceHallDormitory

22

Mixed-Use

Mixed Use

23

Office - Small ( < 10,000 sf) 

Office

24

Office - Medium (< 100,000 sf)

Office

25

Office - Large

Office

26

Public Assembly - Entertainment/Culture

PerformingArts

27

Public Assembly - General

Other - Entertainment/Public Assembly Use

28

Public Assembly - Library

Library

29

Public Assembly - Recreation

otherRecreation

30

Public Assembly - Social/Meeting

socialMeetingHall

31

Public Safety - Fire/Police Station

fireStation

32

Public Safety - General

otherPublicServices

33

Religious Worship

WorshipFacility

34

Residential - Mid-Rise/High-Rise

No Reasonable Target Finder match

35

Residential - Mobile Homes

SingleFamilyHome

36

Residential - Multi-Family, 2 to 4 units

MultifamilyHousing

37

Residential - Multi-Family, 5 or more units

MultifamilyHousing

38

Residential - Single-Family Attached

SingleFamilyHome

39

Residential - Single-Family Detached

SingleFamilyHome

40

Retail - Mall

enclosedMall

41

Retail - Non-mall, Vehicle Dealerships, misc.

AutomobileDealership

42

Retail Store

RetailStore

43

Service (vehicle repair/service, postal service)

RepairServices(Vehicle,Shoe,Locksmith,etc.)

44

Storage - Distribution/Shipping Center

Distribution Center

45

Storage - General

Distribution Center

46

Storage - Non-refrigerated warehouse

Distribution CenterNonRefrigeratedWarehouse

47

Storage - Refrigerated warehouse

Distribution CenterRefrigeratedWarehouse

48

Warehouse - Self-storage

selfStorageFacility

49

Other

Other

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* Parking can only be a second use type for a project, it cannot be the primary use type.