Implications of Policy-Driven Residential Electrification

Report September 05, 2018

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

Download the Residential Electrification Study

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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.

Download the Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Pathways PDF


Download the Study Summary

 

And, 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