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Building Electrification Demands Smart Adaptation

The growing trend of electrification in buildings appears to be an obvious choice for authorities around the world. Electrification was prominent in California’s latest Building Energy Efficiency Standards update and in president Biden’s efficient buildings strategy, it has been a growing influence on building policy in the EU for sometime and is estabilishing itself as an important issue in the Asia Pacific region. Electrification is a win for governments striving to grow their economies and meet decarbonization goals, it is a win on cost for building owners and tenants, and a win for the planet and everyone on it (except maybe the fossil fuel industry). However, electrification is not as simple as making a decision and flipping a switch, our buildings will have to adapt. “Many organizations have started to prioritize energy and sustainability initiatives, but how can building owners and facility managers, each with unique logistical and functional needs, best prepare for a future that may drastically differ […]

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