Streamlining Building Decarbonization for a Cleaner California

Lunchtime Forum


solar panels on homes

California plans to have 7 million climate-ready homes by 2035, but for many buildings, decarbonizing will require a full electrical service upgrade, or at least a panel upgrade. Reaching the state’s targets on building decarbonization will be extremely difficult unless energy utilities can make electrical service upgrades easy, affordable, and rare. Come learn about what triggers service upgrades; how much they cost in money and time; how they can be avoided; and how utilities, the Public Utilities Commission, and electrification incentive programs can make the process as painless as possible.

  • Laura Feinstein / SPUR
  • Sean Armstrong / Redwood Energy

 copresented by Build It Green and the Building Decarbonization Coalition




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