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When it comes to new construction, the savings can be even greater. RMI research from late last year found that across seven cities in vastly different climates, it was always cheaper to build an all-electric home than its mixed-fuel counterpart. With new construction, the cost of extending gas lines (usually in the $5,000 to $10,000 range) can be completely avoided. New homes can also be set up with a single heat pump system for heating and cooling, which is hugely energy-efficient compared to more traditional infrastructure. When it comes to new construction, the savings can be even greater. RMI research from late last year found that across seven cities in vastly different climates, it was always cheaper to build an all-electric home than its mixed-fuel counterpart. With new construction, the cost of extending gas lines (usually in the $5,000 to $10,000 range) can be completely avoided. New homes can also be set up with a single heat pump system for heating and cooling, which is hugely energy-efficient compared to more traditional infrastructure. When it comes to new construction, the savings can be even greater. RMI research from late last year found that across seven cities in vastly different climates, it was always cheaper to build an all-electric home than its mixed-fuel counterpart. With new construction, the cost of extending gas lines (usually in the $5,000 to $10,000 range) can be completely avoided. New homes can also be set up with a single heat pump system for heating and cooling, which is hugely energy-efficient compared to more traditional infrastructure.

When it comes to new construction, the savings can be even greater. RMI research from late last year found that across seven cities in vastly different climates, it was always cheaper to build an all-electric home than its mixed-fuel counterpart. With new construction, the cost of extending gas lines (usually in the $5,000 to $10,000 range) can be completely avoided. New homes can also be set up with a single heat pump system for heating and cooling, which is hugely energy-efficient compared to more traditional infrastructure. When it comes to new construction, the savings can be even greater. RMI research from late last year found that across seven cities in vastly different climates, it was always cheaper to build an all-electric home than its mixed-fuel counterpart. With new construction, the cost of extending gas lines (usually in the $5,000 to $10,000 range) can be completely avoided. New homes can also be set up with a single heat pump system for heating and cooling, which is hugely energy-efficient compared to more traditional infrastructure. When it comes to new construction, the savings can be even greater. RMI research from late last year found that across seven cities in vastly different climates, it was always cheaper to build an all-electric home than its mixed-fuel counterpart. With new construction, the cost of extending gas lines (usually in the $5,000 to $10,000 range) can be completely avoided. New homes can also be set up with a single heat pump system for heating and cooling, which is hugely energy-efficient compared to more traditional infrastructure.

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Alex Coba

Communications Associate

As a proud California native from Stockton, Alex brings a wealth of experience and a versatile skill set. He has a solid communication background with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Public Relations from California State University, Chico. Alex is adept at strategic communications and media relations, with experience gathering and sharing stories from his local communities that uplift the unique spirit and values of those places. He is excited to join Build It Green, where he can apply his talents to further BIG’s mission to help communities across California thrive.