Last year, Berkeley, California, became the first city to ban natural gas in new buildings, starting in 2020. Paving the way for other cities in California and across the U.S., the looming ban has us thinking about alternatives to gas cooking. According to NPR, the heating and cooking within buildings uses “almost a third of the natural gas consumed in the U.S.” Whether you are looking to reduce your carbon footprint by upgrading your appliances in an old home, or working on a new build, you may be looking at electric ranges over gas for the longview.
Induction ranges and cooktops, already popular in European countries, offer lightning-fast heating and one of the safest options out there. Here are our picks for the 10 best induction ranges.