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Nine states pledge to transition to heat pumps for residential HVAC and water heating

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Nine states pledge to transition to heat pumps for residential HVAC and water heating

The states will develop an action plan within a year for widespread electrification of residential buildings.


By Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor | February 15, 2024
Nine states pledge to transition to heat pumps for residential HVAC and water heating. Image by HarmvdB from Pixabay
Image by HarmvdB from Pixabay

Nine states have signed a joint agreement to accelerate the transition to residential building electrification by significantly expanding the use of heat pumps to meet heating, cooling, and water heating demand.

The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by directors of environmental agencies from California, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and Rhode Island. These states set a shared goal for heat pumps to meet at least 65% of residential-scale HVAC and water heating shipments by 2030 and 90% by 2040.

Participating states will collaborate to collect market data, track progress, and develop an action plan within a year to support the goals. The agreement emphasizes collaboration with key stakeholders, including heat pump manufacturers and HVAC installers.

The states also committed to promote installation of zero-emission, grid-interactive technologies in existing state buildings. States will aim to direct at least 40% of efficiency and electrification investments to benefit low-income households.

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