Home Electrification: There's not a lot to do, and it doesn't have to be hard (Part 1)
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 Published On Mar 5, 2023

Energy management is a really powerful idea.
Links 'n' stuff (including a follow-up video!)
PART TWO:
https://youtu.be/zheQKmAT_a0

PART 1.5:
There are some things I left out which I regret, so in case you're wondering why we don't all just upgrade to 200A service and/or why we are in the mess in the first place, you can check out this discussion on Connextras:
https://youtu.be/C4cNnVK412U

If you're in the US and are looking for some guidance to incentives that might be out there, Rewiring America has some great resources. Check 'em out below:
https://rewiringamerica.org/app/ira-calculator
https://rewiringamerica.org/IRAguide

You can also learn more about the SPAN panel at
https://span.io

HEAT PUMPS!
https://youtu.be/7J52mDjZzto

Curious about how your furnace works? Lucky you, I made a video!
https://youtu.be/lBVvnDfW2Xo

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00:00 Intro
01:43 Three Quick Notes
02:39 Most of your stuff is electric
04:27 The four things we need to deal with
06:22 Single-family vs. Multi-family homes
07:30 The capacity problem
09:59 There’s lots of time in a day
13:12 Smart circuit breaker panels
16:24 How they can spread out 100A
18:53 Some future potential
20:02 Electrical codes and this new frontier
21:11 Building heat (and insulation!)
22:05 HEAT PUMPS
23:39 Resistive backup heat
25:18 A discussion on how much energy we really need
28:22 Even a huge demand is manageable, though
29:18 A quick note for those with boilers
30:53 bloops

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