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Costs and Benefits of a 2022 Zero Emissions Cooking Technology Code Requirement for New Housing in California

Project Number ET21PGE1909 Organization PG&E End-use Cooking Equipment Sector Residential Project Year(s) 2021 - 2022

This report describes the key economic costs and benefits, as well as emissions avoided, of a Title 24 code change requiring zero emissions cooking equipment in new residential single- and multi-family homes. This research forecasts the costs and benefits of a 2022 intervening code change, which goes into effect in July of 2024, with the first new starts permitted under the new code anticipated to begin in 2025. 



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zero-emissions, all-electric, residential, cooking, stove, kitchen, single-family, multifamily, new construction, electrification

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