Carnegie Mellon University

Net Zero Energy

Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time, and achieving net zero energy in our transportation systems, buildings, and energy systems is essential to addressing its threat. Net zero energy exists when the amount of energy provided by renewable-energy sources is equal or equivalent to the amount of energy used. Utilizing cutting edge technology developed at CMU such as digital twins for buildings and transportation, Metro21 projects play a critical role in this transition by seeking solutions on a local level, in part by taking existing data and putting it to work in collaboration with our municipal and equity deployment partners. 

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