LEED Link: Propose a pilot credit | U.S. Green Building Council
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Anyone belonging to a USGBC member organization can propose a LEED pilot credit.

USGBC's pilot credit library facilitates the introduction of new credits to the LEED rating systems. The process allows projects to test more innovative credits that haven't been through the complete drafting and balloting process.

If you've ever wondered who can propose a pilot credit, the answer is: you can. Anyone from a USGBC member organization can propose a pilot credit, just by completing an application. (Please note that not all proposals will be approved as pilot credits.)

For example, the LEED v4 Integrative Process for Health Promotion pilot credit was one such submission. The credit is intended to support high-performance, cost-effective and health-promoting project outcomes through an early analysis of the interrelationships among building systems.

Learn more about pilot credits.

Propose a pilot credit

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