Arizona State University's carbon footprint simulation system promises to identify potential customers at the building level for efficient building systems

Researchers at Arizona State University (ASU) recently announced a computer simulation system – Hestia – that is able to estimate the fossil fuel carbon dioxide emission on a building-by-building and street-by-street basis. Hestia is considered to be a big step forward compared with other carbon dio...

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