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LEED 2009 Rating System Review (O+M)
Energy & Atmosphere

GBCI: 0090003757

This session explores the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance Energy and Atmosphere category in a credit by credit format, reviewing the overall category intent and the individual intents of the prerequisites and credits within it.
Eligible for 1.5 CE HOURS.
  • 1.5 CE

  • LEED Green Associate
  • LEED AP O+M
  • LU/HSW

LEED version: v2009

Published on: December 20, 2013

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This session explores the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance Energy and Atmosphere category in a credit by credit format, reviewing the overall category intent and the individual intents of the prerequisites and credits within it. Learn the technical requirements of the credits and, through real-world case examples shared by USGBC LEED Faculty, strategies that work to achieve them.

Objectives

  1. Describe key Energy and Atmosphere metrics and standards
  2. Understand basic documentation examples for Energy and Atmosphere
  3. Describe examples of Regional Priority credits related to Energy and Atmosphere
  4. Recognize tools and resources for applying Energy and Atmosphere credits to existing buildings

Series

This course is a part of the following series:
LEED 2009 Rating System Review (O+M)

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Created by

U.S. Green Building Council
Washington, DC
United States

Leaders

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    Barry Giles made 3 contributions in the last 6 months

Barry Giles

Founder & CEO BuildingWise, LLC

Kelly Gearhart

Principal Triple Green Building Group, LLC

Micah Silvey

Group Lead, Certification U.S. Green Building Council
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