Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative: Transportation Charrette

The purpose of this survey is to gather initial feedback from participants in the Transportation Charrette to support the development of a revised transportation plan under the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative, which aims to achieve deep reductions in petroleum use in the State of Hawaii. Aggregated results of this survey will be presented at the first stakeholder meeting, held on November 13, 2014. Your personal responses to the survey will be kept confidential.


Background

The Hawaii State Energy Office has contracted The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) to assist in conducting a Hawaii Transportation Industry Analysis. The objective of this project is to provide assessments, analysis, and recommendations in order to develop a clean transportation plan under a revised Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative (“HCEI 2.0”). ICCT is analyzing the progress to date on the transportation section of the HCEI Roadmap 2011 Edition, and assessing what can realistically be achieved in terms of gasoline and diesel reductions by 2030 under the current plan. As part of the Transportation Charrette, ICCT will offer for consideration a new set of transportation options, goals and timeline to reduce petroleum-based fuels in the transportation sector including aviation, ground and marine transportation.

    About you

    We are asking you to fill in this survey as you have been identified as a key expert on Hawaii transportation issues. Your personal responses to the survey will not be disclosed, and will not be considered as official views of your department or organization. We ask that you provide us with a bit of information about yourself for the purposes of transparency and follow-up.
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    One transportation-related measure for consideration in HCEI 2.0

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    Support from the Public
    Support from Federal Government
    Improved Procurement Policies
    Dedicated Funding
    Other
    Support from Local Government
    Institutional Cooperation
    Support from State Government
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    Funding to reduce petroleum use in the transportation sector

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