St. Louis Clean Energy Survey
In 2017, the St. Louis Board of Aldermen approved a measure aimed at powering the city entirely on clean energy sources, including wind, solar and energy efficiency by 2035. The city's initial focus will be on the energy usage of businesses, but the city wants to hear from you, and to understand the clean energy needs of their St. Louis residents.

The survey is being distributed by the City of St.Louis.

Email addresses are being collected to send out information and updates about the plan and upcoming events related to the plan. If you wish to not be updated about the plan in the future, contact us at cleanenergy@stlouis-mo.gov

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Prior to taking this survey, were you aware that St. Louis had a 100% clean energy goal? *
How strongly do you support or oppose of the goal of powering the city of St. Louis entirely on clean energy sources, including wind and solar, by 2035? *
The City has identified the following five goals to guide the 100% clean energy plan. Please rank the goals in order of importance to you (1 = Most Important, 5 = Least Important)
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Cost Effectiveness: Keeping energy costs low *
Health: Improving public health *
Equity: Making sure it is fair and equal for all *
Job Creation: Creating more and better-paying jobs *
Emissions Reduction: Reducing pollution from power plants *
How much do you know about how electricity is generated and used in St. Louis? *
Have you heard or read anything about programs provided by your electric utility, Ameren Missouri, to help residents reduce energy usage? *
CLEAN ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS: Have you used any of the following programs to save energy? If not, please indicate your interest.
(Check all that apply)
Utility rebates and incentives to install energy efficient products like LED bulbs, insulation or efficient appliances *
Solar net metering, receiving bill credits for energy from solar panels on your home or business *
Solar rebates to help with the cost of installing solar panels at your home or business *
Community Solar, Pure Power, or other renewable programs through Ameren Missouri *
Loans to finance energy improvements for your home or business *
Would you consider having your home powered by electricity that comes from 100% clean energy sources? *
A Little More About Yourself
Do you own or rent your home?
What is your gender identity?
Which of the following best represents your racial or ethnic identity?
What is your age?
Additional Comments:
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