A new generation of heating and cooling systems, which work without fossil fuels, are being snapped up in an unexpected 2020 uptick despite economic woes tied to COVID-19.

PSEG Long Island, which offers rebates on the systems, said it is on track to see 4,500 of the systems installed in the region this year, well above a targeted 3,000 systems. That’s a 50% increase from last year, when 2,858 systems were installed. By September’s end, some 3,900 had already been installed.

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