Tagged: Energy and Environment

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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 Spring Q32

Do you agree or disagree that promoting environmental sustainability and the concept of "being green" are important aspects of local government leadership?

2019 Fall Q16

To the best of your knowledge, are there any publicly-accessible electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in your jurisdiction?

2019 Fall Q24d

Which of the following factors, if any, would you say are barriers to your jurisdiction developing specific energy policies? Lack of expertise to develop energy policies

2019 Fall Q38a

Now we are interested in whether Michigan local governments collaborate with each other on energy and sustainability policy. Please identify which statement below best describes your jurisdiction's status on each issue. Green purchasing programs for the jurisdiction (e.g., for light bulbs, cleaning supplies, vehicles, etc.)

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 Q30a

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.? Rooftop/small-scale solar installations in the community

2019 Fall Q3a

Thinking overall about topics related to energy, how relevant would you say siting energy infrastructure on public property in your jurisdiction has been or currently is for your jurisdiction’s government?

2019 Fall Q17

Whether or not your jurisdiction currently has publicly-accessible EV charging stations, in your opinion, would you say your community has too many, too few, or about the right amount?

2019 Fall Q24e

Which of the following factors, if any, would you say are barriers to your jurisdiction developing specific energy policies? Other priorities are more important at this time

2019 Fall Q38b

Now we are interested in whether Michigan local governments collaborate with each other on energy and sustainability policy. Please identify which statement below best describes your jurisdiction's status on each issue. Non-motorized or public transportation

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 Q30b

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.? Utility-scale solar installations in the community

2019 Fall Q3b

Again, thinking overall about topics related to energy, to what extent would you say your jurisdiction has considered or enacted any plans and/or policies regarding energy issues? Developed specific plans / policies 

2019 Fall Q18a

Next, thinking about public lands in your community, as far as you know, has your jurisdiction considered the pros and cons of placing solar panels in the following locations in the jurisdiction? Rooftops of public buildings in your jurisdiction (including over wastewater facilities)

2019 Fall Q25

Even if your jurisdiction is not considering local energy policies at this time, how likely or unlikely is it that you will begin looking at energy issues within the next 12 months?

2019 Fall Q38c

Now we are interested in whether Michigan local governments collaborate with each other on energy and sustainability policy. Please identify which statement below best describes your jurisdiction's status on each issue. Recycling programs

2019 Fall Q10

Does your planning and/or zoning include any incentives for exceeding state energy efficiency standards or for attaining "Green Building" certification (e.g., LEED, ENERGY STAR, etc.) in private buildings? (Among jurisdiction that have at least considered plans / policies regarding energy issues and are responsible for their own planning and/or zoning)

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.