Maine has achieved its goal of installing 100,000 new Heat Pumps by 2025 two years ahead of schedule, according to Governor Janet Mills. The installations help reduce dependence on heating oil, lower heating expenses, and mitigate carbon emissions. Governor Mills has announced an even more ambitious target of installing an additional 175,000 heat pumps by 2027. The total count of heat pumps in the state would reach 320,000 if this target is met. The shift to heat pumps began in 2019 with bipartisan support and aims to transition to renewable energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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