Have questions about LEED v4? We have answers.
Are you an energy technical solution provider wondering how you can help LEED projects achieve the new Demand Response credit? Are you a practitioner who wants to know why air testing is valued at two points when the flush-out is valued at 1 point for the EQ: Indoor Air Quality Assessment credit? Or perhaps you're a building owner who wants to know overall how the changes in the water credit category of LEED v4 will effect your existing building's pursuit of LEED.
Whatever your question, log onto Twitter May 22 from noon to 1 p.m. to get answers from USGBC's very own VP of LEED Technical Development, Brendan Owens, who will be tweeting from our @usgbc handle. To join the conversation, make sure you are following @usgbc and use #LEEDv4 when asking a question. He'll be ready to answer a wide-range of LEED questions, from the super-technical questions to the more general.
And don't forget – the LEED ballot opens June 1, 2013, for all those who have registered.