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Electrify Your Home! Part 3! Battery Storage for resiliency! Replace your gas stove with an Induction Stove, and More!
September 17 @ 7:00 pm - 7:45 pm
Worried about the power going out?
Learn about battery and solar storage as part of the plan to electrify you home! Also learn about induction stoves. Did you know that gas stoves contributes to poor indoor air quality and as a fossil fuel, to your overall climate footprint! Induction cooking if FAST and provides a level of temperature control unrivaled by gas cooktops! Its great for cleaner, faster, safer cooking systems, and helps you in your quest to be carbon neutral! Join experts in the field, along with your neighbors, find out more about available rebates and more.
INSPIRATION — Watch this video for why you should electrify!
Past Chats and downloads:
Sept 3 – We learned about the Gas Appliance Contribution to your Climate Footprint and why having a plan in place for replacement is critical. Download meeting materials: Video Recording of Zoom Chat – Click here to watch!! Copies of Presentation — Ann Edminster’s great presentation; – Electrify Marin’s presentation [ with great overview of available rebates!]
Sept 10th – We learned some of the components of putting a plan in place to replace your hot water and space heating systems; the importance of making your home energy efficient, and the rebates available. Video Recording of Zoom Chat – Click here to watch!! Copies of Presentation – Electrify Marin Chat #2; BayRen.
Sept 17th – We learned about battery as a back-up energy storage; the role of solar in resiliency, and benefits of Induction stoves. Video recording of Zoom chat – click here!. Online Guidance for Home Batteries. Electrify Marin presentation.
Final Chat – register below.
Sept 24th – Brief overview* plus phasing out all other gas appliances like fireplaces, and heat pump clothes dryers, spas&hot tubs. and of course, how to remove your gas meter! *you’ll get a link to detailed overview This is a great session where you’ll learn from experts from Electrify Marin, a couple of contractors and some of your neighbors who have installed electric appliances.
Email us if you have questions at firstname.lastname@example.org!