Patrice and I have been getting calls and emails from around the country asking for help in understanding the draft version of LEED v3 2009 currently out on the street for public comment. We're sorry for not getting this out sooner, but with our crazy schedules it took us a month to sit down with our colleagues at USGBC to review the final draft that went out on May 19th. And NO, you're not going crazy, some of the most significant changes we've reported in this blog do not show up in it, yet. But don't despair, there's a perfectly good reason why and below we will describe in detail what is happening.
LEED v3 2009 Draft Overview
So, if you have had the opportunity to look at the draft LEED v3 2009 documents, then you've seen some of the changes but may be wanting more. First, we'll give you a briefing on some of the significant changes and then we will describe what you can't see yet but is in the works. (Warning! This is a long and fairly technical posting!)
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