July 23, 2024

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DOE Adopts Modest Upgrade in Stove Efficiency Standards
The U.S. Department of Energy has finalized new efficiency standards for residential cooking appliances, ushering in modest increases that will take effect in January 2028.
Berkeley Seeks Rehearing of Gas Ban Reversal
The city of Berkeley asked the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals for an en banc rehearing of a decision to overturn its nation-leading ban on natural gas hookups.
Impact of Berkeley Gas Ruling Debated
A court ruling voiding Berkeley's ban on natural gas in new buildings could have national impact, but it doesn’t prevent all efforts to electrify buildings.
Mass. Clean Heat Report Sidesteps Ban on New Gas Installations
A new report by the Massachusetts Commission on Clean Heat lays out a detailed roadmap for reducing buildings’ carbon footprint.
Stanford Webinar Explores Fate of Junked Gas Appliances
As policy makers push building electrification, environmental researchers are considering where gas appliances will end up after being discarded.

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