When the Bay Area Air District passed the nation’s first zero-emission standards for furnaces and water heaters, they laid down a marker. Within just a few years, the Bay Area will install clean electric appliances in place of polluting gas-burning equipment as their old appliances reach their end of life. How can policymakers make this transition affordable for homeowners, landlords, and renters? Hear from Peninsula Clean Energy, PG&E and SPUR about strategies to bring down costs, provide financial incentive programs, and keep electricity bills as low as possible.
Laura Feinstein / SPUR
Blake Herrschaft / Peninsula Clean Energy
Rachel Kuykendall / Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Eric Rodriguez / Silicon Valley Clean Energy
To look up electrification incentives available in your area, please check out SwitchIsOn.
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