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Two Clean Energy Buildings Bills Moving Forward in CA

Two bills that will cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and air pollution from homes and commercial buildings just moved forward in the California Legislature. The Senate approved SB 1477 by Senator Stern on Wednesday and the Assembly passed AB 3232 by Assemblymember Friedman yesterday.

Electric Home Study Biased, But Shows CA Wants Clean Energy

New analysis released by the California Building Industry Association (CBIA) seriously misrepresents

Driving the Market for Heat Pumps in the Northeast

This blog is co-authored with Emily Levin, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation

LA City Council Moves to Slash GHG Emissions from Buildings

Los Angeles, the nation’s second-largest city, took a bold step toward reducing climate pollution this week when its City Council adopted an amendment aimed at

Valuing Distributed Energy Resources: A California Update

My colleague, former NRDC Fellow Dan Aas, is co-author of this blog entry.

Commission Should Enable Switching to Clean Energy for Heat

California homes and businesses must transition to clean, renewable sources of energy for heating our buildings and water in order to meet the state’s climate goals.