I have a question regarding the glare control strategies. the building that I'm working on came out with a result of 46.2% ASE1000/250 which is quite high (most spaces are overlit). I read that if a glare control strategy is provided the result could be submitted for the credit but should those strategies be explained in a written report or the result value of ASE is not acceptable in the first place? to be more precise if the spaces are overlit lit with more than 10% is applicable to be submitted to the LEED daylight credit but with glare control strategies?