Enabling Information Technology
The digitization of work and information products has the potential to reduce travel, transportation, and commercial building energy needs.
The adoption of advanced information technology, from the Internet to mobile communications, has been transformational in many ways, including reducing transportation energy use. The digitization of work and information products, from telecommuting and online collaboration tools to online news sources and digital readers, has the potential to reduce travel, transportation, and commercial building energy needs. The impacts are exceptionally broad, varied, and diffuse, but have not yet been quantified.
advanced energy in action
- Propulsion Systems
- Vehicle Design and Materials
- Freight Logistics
- Land-Use and Infrastructure Design
- Enabling Information Technology
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