The Montgomery County Council unanimously passed The Comprehensive Building Decarbonization Bill yesterday. The bill describes decarbonization as “the process of powering building appliances and systems with electricity instead of fossil fuels.” The rules also apply to major renovations and new additions, granting exceptions to commercial kitchens, crematoriums, and manufacturing buildings. The DC Council passed a similar bill in July.
Breakfast links: MoCo Council passes bill to ban most new buildings from using gas
December 1, 2022