California proposes new laws to reduce GHG emissions

“Last week, the California Senate and Assembly each voted to move forward a set of bills to address “building decarbonization,” signaling the California legislature is taking this component of the climate puzzle seriously. The legislature has until September to pass them out of their second house.

If adopted, these bills would close an important gap in California’s efforts to clean up the air and reduce emissions. Furnaces and water heaters that run on natural gas and propane account for 40 percent of emissions from buildings. And buildings, in turn, produce a quarter of California’s emissions.”

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