Definition

USGBC's residential rating system, LEED for Homes, was launched in 2008. The LEED rating systems are developed through an open, consensus-based process led by LEED committees. LEED is a voluntary program that provides independent, third-party verification that a home was designed and built using methods for achieving high performance in multiple areas of sustainability including energy, water, waste management, indoor air quality, and sustainable site development. There are multiple rating systems for all types of buildings including Existing Buildings and Homes for residential projects. Homes may achieve different levels of certification (platinum, gold, silver, certified) depending on the number of LEED prerequisites and credits that are met.

Standard Lookup Value: LEED For Homes


Legacy OData Value: LeedForHomes

Lookup Name: GreenBuildingVerificationType

Synonym(s):  --

BEDES: Assessment Program = "ENERGY STAR Certified Homes"

Lookup Name ID: 3087c8c

Lookup ID: 614bd77

References: RESI,RLSE,RINC,MOBI,FARM,COMS,COML

Spanish Lookup Value: LEED Para Hogares

French-Canadian Lookup Value: --

Status Change Date: JUN 21 2016

Revision Date: SEP 17 2015

Added in Version: 1.5.0



Usage

GreenBuildingVerificationType (Property)

  • 40% of Systems (6/15)
  • 3% of Organizations (16/498)

GreenBuildingVerificationType (PropertyGreenVerification)

  • 20% of Systems (3/15)
  • 1% of Organizations (5/498)

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Page Revision Date: Jan 31 2023

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