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Clean Energy for Congregations Survey

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Houses of worship across the country are cutting energy costs and practicing environmental stewardship by upgrading their buildings and operations to use energy more efficiently.  Some are drawing on renewable energy sources by installing solar panels or purchasing ‘green power’ from their utilities, for example.

The Wisconsin Council of Churches is circulating this survey in order to get a better picture of what congregations in Wisconsin are doing, or would like to do, to take advantage of clean energy’s benefits for themselves, their communities, and God’s creation.  This will help us see what we might do to help congregations improve their energy stewardship, and to promote public policies that will help move Wisconsin forward into a cleaner, safer, and more equitable energy future.

Please respond to this short survey by December 8.  Don’t worry if you don’t know all the details about a project. We can follow up for more information.

Thank you for your participation!

Peter Bakken
Coordinator for Public Policy
Wisconsin Council of Churches

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