Green Power

Ahmad Al Qasser's picture
Ahmad Al Qasser
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February 20, 2015

Hi Guys,

i amstudying for my LEED p exam,

i have sall quetin for u her,

in ur tudy gude pag 68 Green Power& Carbn Offsets, u mentoned 5 yearscontact..

 bt in te reference guide whic u attachd wth this corse page 197, theymetioned  year contract..?? pease clrfy..

thax

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February 23
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Answer: 

Hi Ahmad, thanks for your question. 

The Green Power commitment term for LEED v4 is 5 years, whereas in LEED 2009 the commitment period was 2 years. 

You can read more about the changes to Green Power in this article here.

If you're working on the Project Experience credits from LEED 2009, which are still relevant to any LEED 2009 project, they will reference the 2 year commitment.

However, any study materials for LEED v4 will reference the 5 year commitment.

Let me know if you have any additional questions and thanks again,

Rob

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