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July 13, 2024
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NJ Enviros: Heat Pumps Can Cut Building Emissions, Costs
State Should Advance Electrification with Incentives and Education, not Mandates
Better performance and incentives are among the factors driving increasing sales of air-source heat pumps in the Northeast.
Better performance and incentives are among the factors driving increasing sales of air-source heat pumps in the Northeast. | NYSERDA
New Jersey could dramatically cut greenhouse gas emissions from buildings – the state’s second largest source of emissions – by replacing fossil-fueled boilers with heat pumps and other electric appliances and beefing up incentives for the equipment, according to a recent report from the New Jersey Conservation Foundation. Heat pumps can replace furnaces or boilers, …
Energy EfficiencyIndustrial DecarbonizationNew JerseySpace HeatingState and Local PolicyWater Heating