Parking at LEED-Certified Buildings
Having a greener car has its advantages. If you drive a car with a high Green Score according to LEED requirements, you may qualify for a better parking spot if you work in a LEED-certified building.
If you manage parking at a LEED building, and would like a downloadable Excel spreadsheet of all model year 2000–2016 vehicles that meet the US Green Building Council's LEED criteria, it can be found here.
- Park in the shade in summer to keep your car cool and minimize evaporation of fuel.
- If you have a garage, use it as much as possible to keep your car warm in winter and cool in summer.
- If you have to park outdoors, windshield shades can cut down on summer heat and help keep the frost off in the winter.