LEED Minimum Program Requirement #6, requiring energy and water use reporting, is the most controversial and the most difficult to comply with. Our free webcast explains it step by step.
Free Webcast: LEED Energy Reporting Made Easy: Fulfilling LEED-2009 MPR #6
Tues. Feb. 28, 2012 | 1 p.m. Eastern Time
When the Minimum Program Requirements (MPRs) were introduced in 2009, it quickly became clear that MPR #6 would be perhaps the most controversial and the most difficult to comply with. Under the requirements of MPR #6, certified LEED-2009 projects are committed to sharing whole-building energy and water usage data.
Many projects have had questions about how to comply (and if they really have to!), and USGBC has taken time to build out its support for this requirement. Now, the support is there, and LEEDuser is here to help answer your questions--and make MPR #6 easy with this free webcast--register now!
USGBC's MPR #6 expert answers your questions
LEEDuser is pleased to offer this presentation by Lauren Riggs, manager of LEED performance at USGBC. This live, half-hour webcast will cover the following topics: