LEED Certification of Sustainable Buildings
A benchmark of sustainable buildings
LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is the American sustainability certification for buildings, and is administered by the U.S. Green Building Council.
With the LEED, U.S. Green Building Council established a benchmark - a commonly agreed overall system for reducing environmental impact.
LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement and leadership, and more than 135 countries in the world have LEED-certified buildings.
A building earns one of four LEED rating levels: Certified, Silver, Gold or Platinum.
How NOVENCO Building & Industry contributes to LEED Certification?
A Danish leading engineering, design and consultancy company, Rambøll, has produced reports and associated documentation packages that make it easy for LEED auditors to assess NOVENCO Building & Industry’s specific contribution to LEED certification of sustainable buildings.
As a conclusion, NOVENCO's highly efficient and energy-saving ZerAx® axial fans contribute positively to LEED certification of sustainable buildings. In collaboration with Rambøll, we have documented how our products can help constructors and contractors achieve more points in the LEED certification.
For more detailed information explore NOVENCO's LEED Brochure
Are you a LEED auditor?
If you are a LEED auditor on a specific project, you can receive Rambøll's detailed report and additional documentation package for NOVENCO's contribution to the building certification.
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