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Towards a low carbon residential community

The environmental impact of massive real estate development contributes significantly to carbon emissions. Because of the emphasis on smart cities and intelligent communities, integrating smart solutions into real estate is now a worldwide PropTech trend. The majority of eco-housing initiatives minimise carbon emissions through digital integration like Planet Smart City’s smart solutions to lessen their environmental effect. The notion refers to a low-carbon residential community that uses energy efficiency requirements for buildings that use very little energy and have a low total environmental footprint

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