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Watt's in the News? - Volume 16

Much like Aldo Leopold's quote about the importance of understanding heat doesn't come from the furnace, many states are now looking at the resources used to provide space heating in buildings. This article from The Washington Examiner covers a proposal from New York Governor, Kathy Hochul, banning natural gas in all new buildings.

For states looking to transition away from natural gas for heating, what are the options?  What are the various energy sources that can be used for space heating in buildings? Can these other resources meet the "producer -> consumer" requirements at scale?

(Natural gas (primarily methane), propane, electric heat, passive solar, biomass, etc.)

There have been a lot of articles published over the past month from a wide variety of sources expressing views on the "gas vs. electric stove" debate at the federal level. The use of natural gas goes far beyond just cooking our food. Here is a series of articles that can be shared over the next two months as we take a look at energy transformation and resources that can help identify regional production/consumption data for a variety of energy sources.

All of these resources provide support for the upper level of the BTU Crew™: "Module 5 - Energy Usage in Buildings". In addition, they serve as a great introduction to the lessons high school students can learn in NC3 Data Analytics Certification #1 - "Harnessing the Power of Data" and NC3 Data Analytics Certification #2 - "Energy & Sustainability with Data Analytics".


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