Trane applications engineering discuss the major changes in LEED 2009 and how they impact the HVAC practitioner. The LEED 2009 green building certification program was introduced in March of 2009 after eight years of user feedback. It incorporates highly anticipated regional credits, extra points that have been identified as priorities within a project’s given environmental zone. LEED has also undergone re-weighting of credits, changing allocation of points among LEED credits to reflect climate change and energy efficiency as urgent priorities. This course qualifies as LEED-specific hours.
Trane applications engineering discuss the major changes in LEED 2009 and how they impact the HVAC practitioner.
Includes presentation slides, presenter biographies, outline and bibliography.
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Listed courses are approved by United States Green Building Council (USGBC) for LEED credentialing maintenance and American Institute of Architects (AIA) for health, safety and welfare (HSW). LEED-specific courses can be applied toward BD+C, O+M and C+S categories.
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