All LEED Projects to Provide Actual Performance Data
With the April 27, 2009, release of the LEED 2009 family of rating systems, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) introduced a new element to its LEED package: minimum project requirements (MPRs). They vary slightly by rating system, but in general they aim to exclude structures from LEED that are too small, unoccupied, or mobile. They require a reasonable site definition, and compliance with environmental laws. Most significantly, they require owners of all certified projects to provide energy- and water-use data to USGBC for five years from the time of occupancy.
Published July 14, 2009
Malin, N. (2009, July 14). All LEED Projects to Provide Actual Performance Data. Retrieved from https://www.buildinggreen.com/news-analysis/all-leed-projects-provide-actual-performance-data