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City to require most new commercial buildings to be all-electric

by Kate Bradshaw

Every three years, California updates its building codes. While those codes have become increasingly stringent and focused on environmental sustainability, the state permits cities to adopt their own amendments to them, so long as those policies exceed the state's sustainability standards.

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