Help reduce Madison's carbon footprint

Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 3:04pm

Take the Madison 100% Renewable Energy survey today!

Madison residents have many exciting and innovative ideas about how our city will be sustainably powered in the future – and there’s still time to weigh in on how Madison can achieve 100% renewable energy and net zero carbon emissions.

Now through November 17, 2017, Madison 100% renewable Energy Study is collecting public comment online at www.madison100renewableenergy.com.

Online comments will be combined with ideas generated by attendees at the initiative’s kick-off meeting held on September 27. About 100 people attended that meeting at Madison Central Library and gave suggestions about ways to reduce energy, discussed technologies for renewable energy, such as solar thermal, wind, biomass, and considered transportation options and community partnerships. A recording of the meeting and presentation slides are available on the Study’s webpage under “Presentations”.
Madison 100% Renewable Energy Study will analyze public feedback and present possible strategies for additional public review and comment in the coming months. Stay tuned for further information and opportunities to participate.

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Agency: 
Engineering
Category: 
Live & Work
Tags: 
Madison 100% Renewable Energy; Sustainability