What happens if a project team registers for a pilot credit and later decides not to pursue the credit?
You do not need to take any action — registration is not binding. If you decide not to pursue a pilot credit (or change your mind after initial review) you may replace it with another pilot credit, ID strategy or exemplary performance point.
- Can I earn a pilot credit for something I’ve done in an existing LEED credit?
- What is the difference between a pilot credit and a pilot alternative compliance path (ACP)?
- Can I earn a pilot credit if I tried to achieve the credit requirements, but failed?
- Who can propose a pilot credit?
- How long do pilot credits stay open?
- I registered for a pilot credit that is now closed. Where can I find the language?
- How do I earn a pilot credit?
- How are new pilot credit proposals evaluated?
- What happens after you register for a pilot credit?
- Does USGBC determine whether or not the pilot credits are applicable to your project?
- Are the points available for pilot credits the same points as the Innovation in Design points?
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