University of Texas at Austin: New Tool Models Future Energy Costs and Carbon Implications for 13 U.S. Areas

University of Texas at Austin: New Tool Models Future Energy Costs and Carbon Implications for 13 U.S. Areas. “Building upon the multiyear interdisciplinary Energy Infrastructure of the Future study, the new dashboard allows users to create their own scenarios for one of 13 U.S. regions for the year 2050. Users can model energy infrastructure pathways by varying three key sets of inputs: the mix of electricity generation sources, the percentage of light-duty vehicles that are electric, and the percentage of households heated by natural gas and electricity.”

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