Most states now have standards designed to gradually grow the amount of renewable electricity on their grids. Now, states are looking to do the same for heat, through clean heat standards (CHS).
A CHS is a performance standard, requiring heat providers to deliver a gradually-increasing percentage of low-emission heating services to customers. Vermont was the first state in the nation to adopt one, and now Massachusetts is working on one.
The Alliance for Green Heat will hold a State Clean Heat Standards and Pellet/Chip Heating webinar on November 9th from 11 am to 12:30 pm ET.
In this webinar, Jared Duval from Vermont’s Energy Action Network, Chris Egan from the Mass. Forest Alliance, and Lilith Guzman from the Alliance for Green Energy will discuss how Clean Heat Standards work, how wood, pellet and chip heating systems may best fit in, and unique equity challenges CHS pose for lower income households.
To participate in this webinar, register at Webinar Registration – Zoom