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ENERGY TRANSITIONS

As natural gas bans go national, can cities fill the gap?

Buildings are one of the biggest sources of urban CO2 emissions as they guzzle natural gas for heat. But some experts say the leading technology to replace gas heating — and help cities make good on fossil fuel bans — may not be ready for prime time.

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8:41

ENERGY TRANSITIONS

As natural gas bans go national, can cities fill the gap?

Buildings are one of the biggest sources of urban CO2 emissions as they guzzle natural gas for heat. But some experts say the leading technology to replace gas heating — and help cities make good on fossil fuel bans — may not be ready for prime time.