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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: Energy Commission Agenda status: Draft
Meeting date/time: 7/12/2022 6:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
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To speak at public comment call: 877 853 5247 or 888 788 0099 Enter Meeting ID 956 8718 7876
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22-1098 1 Energy Commission Meeting minutes for June 14, 2022MinutesEnergy Commission Meeting Minutes for June 14, 2022   Not available Not available
22-1223 1 2022 Community Climate Action MillageReport or Communication 2022 Community Climate Action Millage   Not available Not available
22-1213 1 Energy Commission Resolution Recommending That the Ann Arbor Planning Commission and City Council Require All-Electric Appliances at The Village of Ann ArborResolutionEnergy Commission resolution recommending that the Ann Arbor Planning Commission and City Council require all-electric appliances at the Village of Ann Arbor (1680 Dhu Varren Road) Body WHEREAS, Fossil fuel combustion, procurement and transportation produce significant greenhouse gas emissions that raise global temperatures, which are already at harmful levels, leading to extreme weather events, droughts, massive flooding, and resultant death and displacement of thousands of people worldwide; WHEREAS, building emissions account for an estimated 65% of the city’s overall emissions (excluding scope 3 emissions), with emissions from the combustion of natural gas accounting for approximately half of residential building emissions; WHEREAS, it is critical that new building construction be all-electric, in order to avoid locking in new greenhouse gas emissions for decades going forward; WHEREAS, City Council on November 4, 2019 approved a resolution declaring a climate emergency and setting a goal of achieving a just transition to community-wide carbon neutrality by 2030 (R-19-498);    Not available Not available
22-1213 1 Energy Commission Resolution Recommending That the Ann Arbor Planning Commission and City Council Require All-Electric Appliances at The Village of Ann ArborResolutionEnergy Commission resolution recommending that the Ann Arbor Planning Commission and City Council require all-electric appliances at the Village of Ann Arbor (1680 Dhu Varren Road) Body WHEREAS, Fossil fuel combustion, procurement and transportation produce significant greenhouse gas emissions that raise global temperatures, which are already at harmful levels, leading to extreme weather events, droughts, massive flooding, and resultant death and displacement of thousands of people worldwide; WHEREAS, building emissions account for an estimated 65% of the city’s overall emissions (excluding scope 3 emissions), with emissions from the combustion of natural gas accounting for approximately half of residential building emissions; WHEREAS, it is critical that new building construction be all-electric, in order to avoid locking in new greenhouse gas emissions for decades going forward; WHEREAS, City Council on November 4, 2019 approved a resolution declaring a climate emergency and setting a goal of achieving a just transition to community-wide carbon neutrality by 2030 (R-19-498);    Not available Not available
22-1213 1 Energy Commission Resolution Recommending That the Ann Arbor Planning Commission and City Council Require All-Electric Appliances at The Village of Ann ArborResolutionEnergy Commission resolution recommending that the Ann Arbor Planning Commission and City Council require all-electric appliances at the Village of Ann Arbor (1680 Dhu Varren Road) Body WHEREAS, Fossil fuel combustion, procurement and transportation produce significant greenhouse gas emissions that raise global temperatures, which are already at harmful levels, leading to extreme weather events, droughts, massive flooding, and resultant death and displacement of thousands of people worldwide; WHEREAS, building emissions account for an estimated 65% of the city’s overall emissions (excluding scope 3 emissions), with emissions from the combustion of natural gas accounting for approximately half of residential building emissions; WHEREAS, it is critical that new building construction be all-electric, in order to avoid locking in new greenhouse gas emissions for decades going forward; WHEREAS, City Council on November 4, 2019 approved a resolution declaring a climate emergency and setting a goal of achieving a just transition to community-wide carbon neutrality by 2030 (R-19-498);    Not available Not available