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

čas přidán 27. 05. 2023
Energy management is a really powerful idea.
Links 'n' stuff (including a follow-up video!)
• Plug-n-play solut...
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:
• Some following up...
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:
You can also learn more about the SPAN panel at
• Heat Pumps: the F...
Curious about how your furnace works? Lucky you, I made a video!
• Forced-air Furnac...
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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!)
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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