New York is Kicking California's Butt in Building Electrification February 03 2020

From Green Biz:

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Two states on opposite sides of the nation have come to the same conclusion: They cannot meet their ambitious climate goals without electrifying buildings.

New York and California are often jockeying to be seen as leaders in the clean economy. Last week, duel announcements from the two public utilities commissions, the bodies that regulate the states’ electricity and natural gas infrastructure (among other things), revealed the "competition" is not very close. New York is winning.
Thanks to NY-GEO member Joe Parsons of ClimateMaster and Gaylord Olson for this tip.