What is electrification?

Electrification refers to the transition away from non-renewable fossil fuels such as natural gas to electricity as a source of energy. Compared to fossil fuels, electricity can be sourced from cleaner, renewable sources such as solar, wind, or geothermal energy. In the context of buildings, electrification refers to switching appliances that are powered by natural gas with electricity-powered alternatives.

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