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Energy Modeling for LEED v4: Integrative Process & Optimize Energy Performance

GBCI: 0920012755

This presentation will cover energy modeling, the integrative design process and optimized energy performance within the context of LEED v4.
Eligible for 1.0 CE HOUR.
  • 1.0 CE

  • LEED AP BD+C
  • LEED Green Associate

Rating system: v4

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Energy modeling is one of the best tools that project teams have in designing cost-effective, high performance buildings. Additionally, it continues to be an essential part of designing LEED-certified buildings, and LEED v4 is providing projects with more incentives to model early and often. This presentation will focus on the energy modeling aspects of the Integrative Process and Optimize Energy Performance credits, highlighting the changes made since LEED v3 and presenting relevant case studies.

Objectives

  1. List the basic requirements of the EA credit Optimize Energy Performance in LEED v4 BD+C
  2. List the basic requirements of the IP credit Integrative Process in LEED v4 BD+C
  3. Describe the differences in the EA prerequisite Minimum Energy Performance between LEED v3 and v4 BD+C
  4. Explain how energy modeling has been used during various stages of design to improve performance
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USGBC Tennessee
Nashville, TN
United States

Leaders

Clark Denson

Building Performance Engineer Smith Seckman Reid