Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Columbia University's School of Engineering & Applied Science has developed a new map of New York City's energy consumption. Devised on a block-by-block basis, the map is a model of "smart data extrapolation." The development team utilized ZIP code-derived total energy consumption as well as its own building type/energy use filter in order to extrapolate energy use across the city's five boroughs.
Check out the map here.