California universities are transitioning to all-electric buildings

by Justin Gerdes, Greentech Media

With governments squeezing carbon out of their power grids, zero-emission buildings will emerge as an important tool for reaching carbon neutrality by mid-century. It’s already happening in California.

Two of the state’s universities, the University of California and Stanford University, are taking new steps to eliminate carbon emissions in their buildings.

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