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Bates White reports on heat policy efficacy in the US Northeast

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Bates White was engaged to evaluate the value and efficacy of clean heat policies in the northeast United States in the context of decarbonization goals established by states in the region. 

The team concluded that policies allowing for and promoting the decarbonization of fuels currently used to heat homes and businesses can offer a cost-effective means to meet interim greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals while electrification advances. Promoting emissions reductions from existing fossil-fuel based heating systems can accelerate meeting GHG goals while utilizing existing infrastructure, which limits the cost of achieving policy objectives. 

Below are key findings.

The work was funded by Global Partners LP and Sprague Energy.

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