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Demise of the Berkeley residential gas ban isn’t the end of the story

From the Climate Activist newsletter Acting on our urgent need to stop burning fossil fuels will require major changes. The natural gas (methane) industry and utilities that deliver gas to customers must be restricted, and in the end replaced, by systems that produce and deliver renewable electricity. The natural gas industry is not going without […]

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San Francisco celebrates the passage of an all-electric building ordinance for newly-constructed buildings

by Melissa Yu On Tuesday, November 10th, [2020] the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to pass the all-electric new buildings ordinance introduced by Supervisor Rafael Mandelman and co-sponsored by Supervisors Dean Preston, Gordon Mar, Shamann Walton, and Matt Haney. San Francisco is the largest city in the state to pass an all-electric building

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