Thank you for attending our E2Tech Expo 2016 and we appreciate your participation in this survey! 

* 1. The Maine Public Utilities Commission is reviewing net energy billing, a system by which utility customers who generate some of their own power with renewable energy can sell excess electricity back to the grid. Should the PUC:

* 2. What do you see as the most important energy challenge facing the State of Maine?

* 3. Maine's renewable portfolio standard requires new renewable resources to supply 10% of Maine's electricity in 2017. Should Maine:

* 4. Should Maine:

* 5. The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) caps carbon emissions from Northeast power plants and funnels revenues to states for energy efficiency and other programs. Should the RGGI states:

* 6. Should Maine build an interstate natural gas pipeline to increase Maine residents' access to natural gas throughout the state or is the existing pipeline system sufficient to meet our current capacity needs?

* 7. Should Maine:

* 8. What do you see as the most important transportation challenge facing the State of Maine?

* 9. Maine's largest end use for energy is transportation. Maine has fewer alternative fuel vehicles per capita than other New England states and very little infrastructure for electric, natural gas, and biofuel vehicles. What do you think will be the best policy to improve transportation options?

* 10. Due to the rural make-up of the state as well as its aging population, do you feel that the creation of a public transportation system and access to such a system needs to be quickly addressed at both the sate and local level?

* 11. Would you support increased state funding, e.g. increased R&D funding, to reduce barriers to entry for energy and environmental entrepreneurs and innovation in Maine?

* 12. What do you think will be the biggest growth area within the environmental, energy, and clean tech industry in 2017?

* 13. What is the best policy to keep Maine manufacturers competitive?

* 14. What are the most effective energy policies and/or programs currently in effect in Maine?

* 15. What are the most important energy policy areas that need reform (or repeal) in Maine?

* 16. Policymakers tend to focus on fighting today's fires. What over-the-horizon issues do you see coming up a year or two from now that you think we should face now? What about five to ten years from now?

* 17. What do you think was theĀ most informative and beneficial panel from the Expo?

* 18. What do you think was theĀ least informative and beneficial panel from the Expo?

* 19. Were you able to speak with exhibitors on both floors, and did you find it advantageous to have them there?

* 20. Do you have any suggestions for ways to improve the E2Tech Expo next year?

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