A comparison of leed and green globes using dual certified buildings

Harvey Bryan, Jiri Skopek

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Abstract

The environmental rating system tools presently available to the design community are limited in numbers. Before green buildings can become mainstream more systems need to emerge, however equivalency between these rating systems must be determined. Thus this paper will attempt to compare the environmental attributes of the two most popular environmental rating systems in use today in North America. The comparison will be performed by means of seven dual certified buildings and use the official submission sheets from each system to determine their relative robustness to various individual environmental criteria as well as to the overall rating systems performance.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAmerican Solar Energy Society - SOLAR 2008, Including Proc. of 37th ASES Annual Conf., 33rd National Passive Solar Conf., 3rd Renewable Energy Policy and Marketing Conf.: Catch the Clean Energy Wave
Pages5433-5454
Number of pages22
Volume8
StatePublished - 2008
EventSOLAR 2008: Catch the Clean Energy Wave, Including 37th ASES Annual Conference, 33rd National Passive Solar Conference and 3rd Renewable Energy Policy and Marketing Conference - San Diego, CA, United States
Duration: May 3 2008May 8 2008

Other

OtherSOLAR 2008: Catch the Clean Energy Wave, Including 37th ASES Annual Conference, 33rd National Passive Solar Conference and 3rd Renewable Energy Policy and Marketing Conference
CountryUnited States
CitySan Diego, CA
Period5/3/085/8/08

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment

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Bryan, H., & Skopek, J. (2008). A comparison of leed and green globes using dual certified buildings. In American Solar Energy Society - SOLAR 2008, Including Proc. of 37th ASES Annual Conf., 33rd National Passive Solar Conf., 3rd Renewable Energy Policy and Marketing Conf.: Catch the Clean Energy Wave (Vol. 8, pp. 5433-5454)

A comparison of leed and green globes using dual certified buildings. / Bryan, Harvey; Skopek, Jiri.

American Solar Energy Society - SOLAR 2008, Including Proc. of 37th ASES Annual Conf., 33rd National Passive Solar Conf., 3rd Renewable Energy Policy and Marketing Conf.: Catch the Clean Energy Wave. Vol. 8 2008. p. 5433-5454.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bryan, H & Skopek, J 2008, A comparison of leed and green globes using dual certified buildings. in American Solar Energy Society - SOLAR 2008, Including Proc. of 37th ASES Annual Conf., 33rd National Passive Solar Conf., 3rd Renewable Energy Policy and Marketing Conf.: Catch the Clean Energy Wave. vol. 8, pp. 5433-5454, SOLAR 2008: Catch the Clean Energy Wave, Including 37th ASES Annual Conference, 33rd National Passive Solar Conference and 3rd Renewable Energy Policy and Marketing Conference, San Diego, CA, United States, 5/3/08.
Bryan H, Skopek J. A comparison of leed and green globes using dual certified buildings. In American Solar Energy Society - SOLAR 2008, Including Proc. of 37th ASES Annual Conf., 33rd National Passive Solar Conf., 3rd Renewable Energy Policy and Marketing Conf.: Catch the Clean Energy Wave. Vol. 8. 2008. p. 5433-5454
Bryan, Harvey ; Skopek, Jiri. / A comparison of leed and green globes using dual certified buildings. American Solar Energy Society - SOLAR 2008, Including Proc. of 37th ASES Annual Conf., 33rd National Passive Solar Conf., 3rd Renewable Energy Policy and Marketing Conf.: Catch the Clean Energy Wave. Vol. 8 2008. pp. 5433-5454
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