Heatpumps: An Alternative to Oil
Heating oil is an economic drain on New England, costing residents and businesses over $14 billion annually.
There are two alternative paths: natural gas and electric heat pumps. Entirely replacing oil heating with heat pumps can save the region up to $6 billion in annual fuel costs.
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eLab: The Value of Distributed Energy Resources
How can we build pricing mechanisms based on accurate signals and reflections of the electricity market, and integrate power from thousands of different locations—while keeping the lights on? Watch Now
IEEE Green Technologies Conference
Program Director Jon Creyts will keynote the conference in Denver held on Apri 4-5.
IEEE seeks to rethink, reimagine, and recreate energy technologies.
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