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New York New Bill: New Buildings Ban Natural Gas! Air-to-energy heat pumps contribute to carbon neutrality

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Author : Silence
Update time : 2022-01-12 17:57:08
A few days ago, the New York City Council voted in favor of a bill that would ban gas-fired stoves, heaters and water heaters in new buildings. The bill does not apply to hospitals, commercial kitchens and laundromats, and residents who currently use natural gas in their homes will not be affected. The law will take effect in December 2023 for buildings under seven storeys and in 2027 for high-rise buildings. "If America's largest city can take this critical step to ban natural gas, any city can," New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a statement. Future generations have a green city."

Under the bill, natural gas would be banned from new buildings and would also require most building projects to ditch natural gas in favor of electricity or other greener methods of heating, hot water and cooking. With the development and promotion of air energy, people pay more and more attention to the application of air energy heat pump equipment in heating and hot water. An important supporting technology to achieve carbon neutrality. For example, Tongyi Air Energy, known as the "creator of air energy", has been focusing on the innovative research and development of air energy heat pump technology for more than 20 years. It has mature professional technical solutions and rich model engineering cases in hot water and heating fields such as hospitals, hotels, and office buildings. It has a good market reputation and is well received by users.

Not only that, Tongyi Air has also created huge social and ecological benefits in the fields of high-temperature heat pump, drying, constant temperature breeding, and industrial special manufacturing. According to relevant statistics, for more than 20 years, the energy saving effect produced by the application of Tongyi air energy heat pump units is equivalent to saving 17.5 million tons of standard coal, 45 billion kilograms of carbon dioxide, and 400 million kilograms of sulfur dioxide for the society. , saving more than 20 billion energy costs for the society, which is equivalent to planting 3.5 billion trees for the society.