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URBANYTICS

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Vegetal ETI

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Performance Atlas

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Cloud slice patterns

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  • above a certain treshold, density can also raise energy requirements, in particular those of heating, cooling and daylighting buildings.

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  • Direct power lost (%) due to misalignment (angle i )

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  • Photovoltaic (PV) solar cooling

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  • Kinetic, solar-responsive curtain wall system can reduce solar gains on buildings by 81%

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