Course No. LEED 258: MPRA6 Performance Monitoring and BPP
Looking for tools for understanding how your building is performing? As part of the LEED 2009 Minimum Program Requirements, MPR6 requires all buildings registered under the LEED 2009 rating systems to track and share whole-building energy and water usage data for at least 5 years. USGBC’s Building Performance Partnership (BPP) provides a pathway for meeting MPR6, while simultaneously providing LEED building owners and managers with critical data and analysis for optimizing building performance. This session will explore the challenges involved with performance tracking and provide you with tools and resources to overcome these obstacles. Join as we explore how involvement in BPP can help you achieve success in LEED and transform the way you approach building performance monitoring.
The Webinar Series is hosted by the NY Chapter of the USGBC and cohosted by The Albany Pine Bush Preservation Discovery Center.
Lonny Blumenthal, Associate, LEED Department, U.S. Green Building Council
Jeremy Cohen, Manager of LEED Market Development, U.S. Green Building Council
Marcus B. Sheffer, Energy Opportunities, Inc. (EO)
- •Define the role of MPRs in achieving LEED certification
- •Describe MPR6 and the way BPP provides a pathway for achievement
- •Compare challenges to performance tracking, both using BPP and other techniques, and recognize opportunities to overcome those challenges
- •Identify current and future tools and resources to support performance tracking in LEED project certification
Facililator: James A. Comegys
Refreshments: Beverages and snacks will be available.
Credits: This session is approved for 1.5 hours of LEED Specific (BD+C, O+M) GBCI hours as well as 1.5 AIA/CES LU/HSW/SD hours.