Google brings Project Sunroof to the UK

Thursday 31 May 2018 | 09:14 CET | News
Google has launched Project Sunroof in the UK, in partnership with energy supplier Eon, the BBC reported. The service was introduced in the US in 2015 and is also set to come out in Germany, also with German software specialist Tetraeder. Project Sunroof uses machine learning to estimate how much solar potential a house has. This is done by looking at specific features, such as roof area and angle, and weather data such as sun positioning.

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Companies: BBC / Google
Countries: United Kingdom
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