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Don’t Let Refrigerants Slow Heating Decarbonization

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Senior Scientist, Building Decarbonization Natural Resources Defense Council

Pierre Delforge, a senior scientist, joined NRDC in 2010 after a 20-year career in the computer industry. At NRDC, he works on policies to transition buildings to clean energy. Previously...

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Heat pumps get a lot of attention these days as the most cost-effective and scalable heating solution for homes and other buildings. Some have raised questions about the climate impact of the refrigerants they use and have even suggested delaying your purchase of heat pumps.
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