I'm working for a design building company in France. We aim the LEED certification for a shop project. We try do get 2 points for the Green Power and carbon offset credit. You say that the power fournisher has to be green e energy certified.
The LEED 2009 BD+C Supplemental Reference Guide with Alternative Compliance Paths for Europe mentiones that the european label EKOenergy in considered like an equivalent.
I would like to know if LEED 2014 also consider that. And what are the additional requirements to get the credits ?
Vincent (a trainee from terao)