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LEED Continuing Education Hours / LEED CE Hours

LEED 2009 LEED for New Construction (BD+C) Review - Energy & Atmosphere

GBCI / AIA CE Hours: 3.0

Category: Energy & Atmosphere

GBCI: 90004351

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Project teams face the challenge of learning the latest technical requirements and implementation strategies for LEED. This course will take you step-by-step through each one of the prerequisites and credits for the Energy and Atmosphere LEED credit category within the LEED for New Construction Rating System. Save your project time, money and frustration by expa nding your current knowledge of the LEED requirements, referenced standards, related credits, and implementation strategies. You will analyze real-world scenarios, technologies, case studies and calculations as they illustrate the best practices for improving energy performance.

Learning Objectives

  • Apply green building theories and technologies to real-world scenarios
  • Develop new ideas when analyzing credit relationships and requirements
  • Differentiate between the technical requirements for the 2009 LEED for New Construction Rating System for the Energy & Atmosphere credit category
  • Calculate LEED requirements in the Energy & Atmosphere credit category