Deconstructing LEED

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Publication Student thesis
Title Deconstructing LEED
Author Maguina, Marco
Date 2010
English abstract
This paper presents an analysis of data supplied by the US Green Buildings Council on the credits achieved by 117 LEED-certified commercial and institutional buildings. The paper quantifies several relationships, among others it explores the correlation between building energy performance, water consumption and the overall amount of points the projects has achieved. The paper also attempts to identify which credits are not usually selected by type of project, ownership, certification level and climate zone.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 23
Language eng (iso)
Subject LEED
New Constructions version 2.2
building energy performance
LEED credit selection
LEED environmental benefits
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
US Green Building Council
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