I was hoping to join tonight but cannot -- but was doing some research on building electrification for my job and wanted to send you some of these links, in case they prove instructive for efforts in New Jersey: 
 --You may have seen NY Gov. Hochul's recently announced plan to achieve 1 million electrified homes and 1 million electrification-ready homes by 2030 to help achieve the state's ambitious climate goals. Hochul also proposed legislation requiring all new construction to be zero-emission by 2027.  You can read more about the Governor’s plan here.
-- The NY PSC issued an order last year setting EE and building decarbonization targets to meet the state’s goal of achieving 185 TBtus of savings by 2025, equivalent to saving the energy used by 1.8 million homes. See this information from NYSERDA.
--The ACEEE recently published a report on Building Electrification: Programs and Best Practices.
--Finally, your minutes from earlier meetings reference Maine's nation-leading program for heat pumps. Efficiency Maine has an awesome website for consumers that New Jersey should emulate, in my opinion. If you haven't seen it, you can visit it here