EMPOWERED Solutions: Residential Building Electrification PathwaysLearn about the trends in retrofitting we are most likely to see in the coming years that move the U.S. toward a 100% electric future.
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Across the country, there is a move toward building electrification, replacing appliances that use other fuels with electricity. Learn about the trends in retrofitting we are most likely to see in the coming years that move the U.S. toward a 100% electric future. Panelists also answer questions about how the following efficiency technologies can work together: Weatherization, heat pump water heating, efficient heat pumps, induction stoves, and electric infrastructure upgrades.
- Pete Jackson, Chief Electrical Inspector, City of Bakersfield, California
- Bryce Seymour, Project Manager, New Buildings Institute
- Zak Paine, HVAC Installation Consultant, Slipstream
- Dave Golembeski, SolSmart Senior Program Manager, IREC
- Interstate Renewable Energy Council Slides
- City of Bakersfield, California Slides
- New Buildings Institute Slides
- Slipstream Slides
- SolSmart Slides
- ACEEE: Barriers and Strategies for Residential Electrification
- ACEEE: Residential Retrofits for Energy Equity (R2E2)
- ACEEE: Coming Electrification Will Require the Grid to Evolve
- New Buildings Institute: The Building Electrification Technology Roadmap
- New Buildings Institute: Building Decarbonization Code
- New Buildings Institute: The Ready and Available Electrification Technology Options illustration
- Slipstream: Heat Pump Water Heaters in Cold Climates
- Slipstream: Dual Fuel Heat Pumps—Advancing Beneficial Electrification
- Slipstream: Installed Performance of Heat Pump Water Heaters in a Cold Climate
- IAEI: Electrical Code Training
- ICC: Building Code Training