It’s no secret that the way we heat, cool, and utilize energy overall in our buildings has a profound impact on the environment and climate change: In 2021, building operations accounted for 30% of global energy consumption and 27% of energy-related emissions.

An essential approach to reducing the emissions that result from powering our global existing buildings is electrification, the process of transitioning to building technologies that operate with electricity instead of fossil fuels, thus reducing reliance on oil, gas and coal.

This whitepaper will cover topics including:
  • How heat pumps can be incorporated into existing structures
  • Supporting technologies, including for water heaters and electric appliances
  • Strategies to maximize renewable energy sources
  • Incentives and other funding options, and more

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