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San Francisco is about to enter the all-electric era.
The city’s Board of Supervisors voted to eliminate fossil fuels in new residential and commercial buildings starting in June 2021. Instead, homes and businesses will run on all-electric appliances, creating healthier, safer homes and significantly reducing the city’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The ordinance, applauded by equitable housing and environmental groups, will apply to more than 54,000 homes and 32 million square feet of commercial space.
More than 30 California cities have changed their building codes to move toward gas-free construction. San Francisco joins San Jose as one of the largest cities to adopt such a policy. Their actions create a blueprint for other communities across the country seeking to curb climate pollution.
All-electric homes are healthier, safer, and more affordable.
Gas appliances are bad for our health.
Most Californians want gas out of their homes.
Where San Francisco goes, the nation may soon follow.
Moving U.S. cities toward all-electric homes is better for people and our planet.
We have the technology to transition the country’s building infrastructure to clean energy — now is the time for large-scale implementation. Read more about how electrifying buildings can alleviate a public health crisis in our housing supply while helping protect us all from climate catastrophe.