Tagged: Energy

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2019 Spring Q25c

Some local governments are adopting policies and/or practices to meet their jurisdictions' energy demands while reducing the costs or environmental impacts of energy use. Other local governments are not. Has your jurisdiction adopted any of the following types of policies or practices? Programs targeted at residents (e.g., recycling programs, promoting home weatherization, etc.)

2019 Spring Q28f

Whether or not your jurisdiction has plans to adopt new energy efficiency policies in your government facilities, if the State of Michigan offered the following resources, would your jurisdiction be likely to take advantage of any of the following? A "help desk" to call for advice on funding or planning for improvements

2019 Fall Q31b

To the best of your knowledge, have any energy audits (i.e., measuring energy use and efficiency) been conducted for the following types of facilities in your community? Fire station(s)

2019 Spring Q25d

Some local governments are adopting policies and/or practices to meet their jurisdictions' energy demands while reducing the costs or environmental impacts of energy use. Other local governments are not. Has your jurisdiction adopted any of the following types of policies or practices? Programs targeted at local businesses (e.g., rebates to businesses that cut consumption, commercial recycling, formal recognition of “green” practices, etc.)

2019 Spring Q28g

Whether or not your jurisdiction has plans to adopt new energy efficiency policies in your government facilities, if the State of Michigan offered the following resources, would your jurisdiction be likely to take advantage of any of the following? A comprehensive web portal with information on funding or planning for improvements

2019 Fall Q31c

To the best of your knowledge, have any energy audits (i.e., measuring energy use and efficiency) been conducted for the following types of facilities in your community? Police station(s)

2019 Spring Q26

How likely or unlikely is it that your jurisdiction will take new actions to improve the energy efficiency in your government facilities (e.g., conducting an energy audit or benchmarking, upgrading lighting, insulation, or HVAC, etc.) in the next two years?

2019 Spring Q29a

When it comes to planning, some jurisdictions have incorporated energy issues into formal plans. Some of these may be stand-alone plans, while others may be incorporated into the Master Plan. Yet other communities may not have planned for these issues at all. As far as you know, does your jurisdiction engage in planning for either of the following, and if so, how extensively? Energy efficiency

2019 Fall Q31d

To the best of your knowledge, have any energy audits (i.e., measuring energy use and efficiency) been conducted for the following types of facilities in your community? Water treatment facilities

2019 Spring Q27a

Which of the following, if any, are reasons that your jurisdiction is unlikely to adopt energy efficiency improvements for your government facilities in the next two years? Our facilities do not currently need energy efficiency improvements.

2019 Spring Q29b

When it comes to planning, some jurisdictions have incorporated energy issues into formal plans. Some of these may be stand-alone plans, while others may be incorporated into the Master Plan. Yet other communities may not have planned for these issues at all. As far as you know, does your jurisdiction engage in planning for either of the following, and if so, how extensively? Renewable energy

2019 Fall Q31e

To the best of your knowledge, have any energy audits (i.e., measuring energy use and efficiency) been conducted for the following types of facilities in your community? Wastewater treatment facilities

2019 Spring Q27b

Which of the following, if any, are reasons that your jurisdiction is unlikely to adopt energy efficiency improvements for your government facilities in the next two years? Our governing board feels that is not a priority.

2019 Spring Q30e

Regardless of whether your jurisdiction has taken any action on energy issues, which of the following, if any, have recently been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion among Board/Council members, staff, etc.? Energy efficiency and/or renewable energy in your jurisdiction's zoning

2019 Fall Q32

What are some of the reasons energy audits have not been conducted on local public facilities?

2019 Spring Q27c

Which of the following, if any, are reasons that your jurisdiction is unlikely to adopt energy efficiency improvements for your government facilities in the next two years? It's not worth the financial investment.

2019 Spring Q30f

Regardless of whether your jurisdiction has taken any action on energy issues, which of the following, if any, have recently been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion among Board/Council members, staff, etc.? Energy efficiency requirements in building codes

2019 Fall Q33

To the best of your knowledge, do you agree or disagree that building inspectors who operate in your jurisdiction struggle to enforce the current energy codes set by the State of Michigan?

2019 Spring Q27d

Which of the following, if any, are reasons that your jurisdiction is unlikely to adopt energy efficiency improvements for your government facilities in the next two years? We lack up-front capital to make the investment.

2019 Spring Q30g

Regardless of whether your jurisdiction has taken any action on energy issues, which of the following, if any, have recently been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion among Board/Council members, staff, etc.? Energy affordability for low-income residents