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June 13, 2024

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DOE
Biden Admin Releases Blueprint for Building Decarbonization
The Biden administration released a plan to decarbonize the country’s building sector, which it says could reduce emissions in the sector by 65% by 2035 and 90% by 2050. 
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DOE Announces $366M for Rural, Tribal Clean Energy Projects
About 300 off-grid homes in the Hopi and Navajo nations soon could have electricity from solar and storage systems paid for with part of $366 million in federal funding.
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9 States Agree to Accelerate Home Heat Pump Installations
A memorandum of understanding announced Feb. 7 sets a goal of heat pump technology comprising 65% of residential heating, cooling and water heating equipment sales by 2030.
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Climate Alliance Seeks to Boost Heat Pump Sales
A coalition of 25 governors committed to a goal of 20 million heat pumps operating in their states by 2030. 
ACEEE
ACEEE Paper Says Rate Design Can Avoid Higher Bills from Electrification
ACEEE released a report highlighting strategies for avoiding higher overall energy bills from electrification, which is a concern for states with high average power prices.
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management
Rhode Island Increases Heat Pump Incentives
Rhode Island is dedicating $25 million of American Rescue Plan Act funding to create a new heat pump incentive program.
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NJ BPU Backs Building Decarbonization Plan Despite Opposition
New Jersey regulators agreed to vigorously promote a statewide shift from fossil-fuel space and water heating systems to electric appliances.  
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Maine Blows Past Heat Pump Installation Target
Maine Gov. Janet Mills wants 175,000 more heat pumps installed by 2027 as Maine continues climate protection efforts.
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NJ BPU Outlines $150M Building Decarbonization Plan
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has released a $50 million-a-year, three-year plan to cut building carbon emissions by prioritizing a shift from delivered fossil fuels to electric heat pumps.  
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Massachusetts Lawmakers Look to Address Heating, Building Emissions
Massachusetts lawmakers and climate advocates held a legislative briefing on a set of bills looking to spur the decarbonization of the state’s heating sector.

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