Not necessarily. LEED consists of a checklist, so even if net-zero is achieved, if it is achieved in a way that doesn’t line up with the checklist, the LEED criteria won’t be satisfied. Typically designers would take this into consideration and find ways to satisfy the LEED criteria, although some green builders don’t want the hassle. A buiding can be green without being LEED certified.
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