Hybrid Event: Beyond Zero Series: Burn Ban – The Benefits of Induction Cooking, September 22, 6 pm

  • 22 September 2022
  • Start time : 06:00 PM
  • End time : 07:30 PM
  • Event Host : Building Energy Exchange
induction cooking
Event Description

Induction cooktops and ranges are gaining traction in the market as an integral part of a climate-friendly building, and an efficient, healthy, and safe alternative to typical electric and gas ranges and cooktops. With advanced induction appliance technology allowing for drastic improvements to performance and heat generation without the harmful emissions, consumers are increasingly installing induction appliances in commercial and residential kitchens alike. At this Beyond Zero Series event, Building Energy Exchange and NYSERDA host a discussion with experts about how induction cooktops offer a major opportunity to realize full building electrification and significantly improve the health, comfort, and safety of New Yorkers.


New York recognizes this opportunity to lower emissions while improving health: In January of this year Governor Kathy Hochul launched New York State’s plan to achieve 2 million Climate Friendly Homes by 2030 and proposed legislation to ensure that all new building construction reaches zero-emissions by 2027. In New York City, Local Law 154 will ban natural gas and other combustion fuel use in new buildings starting in 2023, with New York State also adopting an all-electric new construction act.

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • Building Energy Exchange
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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