Leading by Example Progress: Green Buildings

Leading by Example progress advancing green state buildings through LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certifications by the US Green Building Council and building designed to be zero net energy.

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LEED Certified Buildings by Year

LEED Certified Buildings by Year
As of June 2018, 76 state buildings are LEED Certified, starting with the first certification in 2006. In 2017, 14 state buildings received LEED certification.

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LEED Certified Buildings by Certification Level

LEED Certified Buildings by Certification Level
As of June 2018, 76 state buildings are LEED Certified, with 3 buildings (4%) at the Platinum level, 44 buildings (58%) at the Gold level, 26 buildings (34%) at the Silver level, and 3 buildings (4%) at the Certified level.

Zero Net Energy Buildings

Zero Net Energy Buildings
Five state buildings are designed to be zero net energy (designed to generate as much energy from clean on-site renewable sources as they consume in a year).

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