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Switching from oil or gas heating in your home and instead using an electric system that runs on our cleaner electricity grid greatly reduces your home’s greenhouse gas emissions.  Continue to transition away from fossil fuel powered appliances to electric, and be carbon free.

GET A HEAT PUMP

GET A HEAT PUMP

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When it comes time for a replacement or an upgrade to your old oil or gas or air conditioning system, consider heat pumps to get your home off fossil fuels, improve indoor air quality, and use less energy.

It’s only once or twice in a lifetime that you need a new heating/cooling system. Don’t miss your chance to go completely green in your home!

Air source or ground source (geothermal) heat pumps are quiet, efficient and clean; they cool in summer and heat in winter and they run on electricity.

Learn about federal and state incentives, financing, and find a certified installer to give you an estimate.

YOUR NEIGHBORS ARE SAVING WITH A DUCTLESS MINI-SPLIT AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP

The Roberts’s air source heat pump makes their kitchen more comfortable.

YOUR NEIGHBORS GOT RID OF THEIR OIL TANK

The Conrad’s went for a whole house heat pump system

GET OFF FOSSIL FUELS

GET OFF FOSSIL FUELS

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The more you use electric power, the more you move off fossil fuels. In addition to heat pumps, check out the resources below to keep moving in the all-electric, carbon-neutral direction when it comes time to replace the non-electric ones.

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Consider electric lawn equipment

Make your next car an electric vehicle or plug-in hybrid and install a fast charger in your home

Choose a battery as a backup generator

YOUR NEIGHBORS ARE SAVING

I love my induction stove because it is electric – so with a renewable electric supply, my cooking is carbon neutral! Even more importantly, it heats up and cools off faster than any other kind of stove, and it is safe, efficient, and easy to clean.”

-Ellen Calves, Katonah resident