Do I need to replace my AC or fridge? Understanding the new EPA rule on Hydrofluorocarbons

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Published on 3 May 2021, 22:55
The EPA on Monday announced a new rule that targets a greenhouse gas that's common but probably not too familiar to many Americans: Hydrofluorocarbons. These gases are widely used in home and commercial refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pumps. John Yang discusses the rule with Kristen Taddonio, a senior climate and energy advisor at Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development.

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