Average LEED Building Uses More Energy Than Comparable Non-LEED Buildings

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Henry Gifford has been a construction contractor and energy efficiency expert for over 25 years. He makes very interesting points on the reality (or lack of it) of energy savings in LEED construction, in his carefully thought-out article and in his rebuttal to the US Green Building Council (the LEED originators) response. You can also see his video for another view on the information.

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At www.planetthoughts.org

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It was eye-opening.  LEED buildings use 29% M... by Scott Baker on Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013 at 4:47:07 AM