Selina Holmes
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You can search resources based on project type, rating system, pilot credit and regional priority credit.

There are a number of strategies that project teams can use to earn LEED certification, and they can all be found in the LEED credit library. This online database includes:

Using the LEED credit library

To find credit information, you can perform keyword searches or use our smart filter to return results based on the project type, rating system version, pilot credit and regional priority credit. You can even save your searches for future reference. Click on a specific credit for a full explanation of its intent, requirements, resources, addenda and revisions.

If you have a subscription to Education@USGBC or have purchased the web-based LEED reference guides for LEED v4, you will also find the LEED reference guides within each credit. In the Getting Started section of the library, you can also access LEED program information such as:

More on resources

Within the resources tab for each credit, you’ll find credit review tips, calculators, related articles and more.

More on innovation

The LEED credit library also includes a section on innovation. Here you’ll find details for all available LEED pilot credits, the pilot credit registration form (you must complete this form prior to pursuing any LEED pilot credit) and the LEED innovation catalog, a place for project teams to find innovative strategies to use on their projects.

Explore the LEED credit library