Impact of Green Hydrogen Production on the Availability of Clean Electricity for the Grid
This paper focuses on the proposed use of green hydrogen for heating homes and commercial buildings and the need to consider the implications for clean electricity demand and therefore supply, which its production would entail.
Electrify My Government
This report details nine specific actions that the federal government can take to accelerate economy-wide electrification and help get us closer to Biden's 50-52% emissions reduction goal by 2030.
The Economics of Electrifying Buildings: Medium-Size Commercial Retrofits
This report analyzes the technical, economic, and environmental implications of retrofitting fossil-gas-fired space heating and domestic hot water systems in a prototypical 50,000 square foot office building.
California’s Cities Lead the Way on Pollution-Free Homes and Buildings
This blog summarizes the cities and counties in California that have adopted gas-free buildings commitments or electrification building codes.
Net Zero Energy Use & Energy Resilience
Net zero buildings produce the same amount of energy as they use. Learn how to make your home or business energy efficient while focusing on energy resiliency.
A National Roadmap for Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings
This Roadmap provides 14 recommendations for addressing the top barriers to Grid-interactive efficient building (GEB) adoption and deployment.
Heating Sector Transformation in Rhode Island
This report examines solutions to transform Rhode Island's heating sector.
This primer describes energy savings opportunities and context for packaged rooftop units (RTUs) for utility energy managers and their trade allies.
Rhode Island Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Plan
This plan includes strategies, programs, and actions to meet the targets for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions as established in the Resilient Rhode Island Act.
Zero Energy Building Pathway to 2035
This whitepaper proposes a 20-year pathway toward zero energy residential, commercial and public buildings in Rhode Island.
New Construction Guide
The New Construction Guide offers a comprehensive prescriptive approach to new commercial construction projects that achieves efficiencies up to 30% higher than many conventional buildings.