Electrifying your home and your car are the keys.
How to do that? Lots of info here and in the group linked below.
How to electrify your house and car.
Moving heat vs making heat; Air source vs ground source; Standard vs mini split
The answer? It depends.
But in the case of these two very similar houses, the electric one is cheaper to run.
How to look at your gas and electric bills to figure that out.
This home was converted into the Hiram College Environmental Studies department.
Lots of lessons learned, and a nice place to write a book (much of The Home Comfort Book was written here.)
This home had the furnace removed and replaced with a heat pump.
It's a century home in Cleveland Ohio. That's not supposed to be possible...
Paul moved back to his old neighborhood in Cleveland and wanted a comfy home with low operating costs.
This is the story of making his home have "womb-like comfort."
Think you can't do an electrification on a budget? Think again.
Donated materials and labor help a lot!
To get comfortable with electrification, it's helpful to understand how your house and its HVAC work.
4 of 6 chapters of The Home Comfort Book are free here.
Want to go down the electrification rabbit hole?
Lots of studies, case studies, articles, and more here.