Projecting the urban energy demand for Indiana, USA, in 2050 and 2080

@article{Wachs2019ProjectingTU,
  title={Projecting the urban energy demand for Indiana, USA, in 2050 and 2080},
  author={Liz Wachs and Shweta Singh},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={2019},
  pages={1 - 18}
}
Energy use is one of the largest drivers of climate change, but the large share of energy used for space heating and cooling is also driven by climate change. Demand for energy, particularly cooling, is important for long-range infrastructure planning. Urban areas represent a very small proportion of total land, but usually consume the majority of energy. In this work, statistical, top-down approaches are used to model residential and commercial urban energy demand changes in Indiana, a state… CONTINUE READING

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