Implications of Policy-Driven Residential Electrification
AGA engaged a cross-discipline team of experts at ICF to assist in the evaluation of AGA's residential electrification policy scenarios focused on space and water heating.
The report found that policy-driven electrification could be:
- Burdensome to consumers and to the economy
- Have profound impacts and costs on the electric sector
- A very costly approach for a relatively small reduction in emissions
See details below, and note that to add to this body of work, AGA has developed a city-specific look at the implications of electrification in Columbus, OH. You can access the full report here, along with a visual summary here.
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AGA also engaged Enovation Partners to identify and assess emerging natural gas end-use technologies that could contribute materially to emissions reductions.
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