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Back in September, we discussed strategies to prevent grid strain during periods of high electricity demand. Today, we’ll do a deep dive into one of those potential solutions: time-of-use rates (TOUs). Time-of-use rates are a unique [...]
War, Energy, and Politics As the largest single supplier of piped gas and petroleum to the European market, Russia has long brandished its energy resources as geopolitical leverage against its Western neighbors. In [...]
Buildings are the second-largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. Northeast, trailing only transportation. In dense metropolitan areas, buildings are responsible for as much as two-thirds of all emissions, as is the [...]
Introduction Direct fossil fuel combustion in residential and commercial buildings accounts for approximately 13 percent of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the United States. Due to recent technological and market advancements, low-carbon [...]
Electric heat pumps have become an increasingly popular option for efficient heating and cooling in residential homes across the country. In many cases, replacing the existing fossil fuel based heating system with an electric [...]
As seen on Buildings Hub, fuel combustion in residential and commercial buildings for heating, cooling, and cooking generated 13 percent of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2019. Every region in the United States [...]
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