May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5

Association News

American Public Gas Association

The American Public Gas Association (APGA) is speaking out against a legislation in California that would require all buildings in the state to be “electric ready” beginning in 2022.  APGA submitted a letter to the California State Assembly Committee on Natural Resources in opposition to the proposal, known as Assembly Bill 3001. The bill defines electric-ready buildings” as containing infrastructure “necessary to enable building occupants to use electrical equipment in lieu of natural gas-fired equipment, such as space and water heating equipment, without the need for additional upgrades to the building’s electrical infrastructure,” APGA said.  In its letter of opposition, APGA stated that

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