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Staff Directory​​​

Dr. Missy Stults,
Sustainability and Innovations Director

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The Energy Commission, which meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6pm, is a group of residents, including youth, charged with:

  • Advising City Council on energy efficiency and renewable energy policies and programs.
  • Creating periodic public reports for improving municipal and community energy efficiency and renewable energy usage.
  • Preparing, adopting, amending, and recommending plans to City Council that identify municipal and community-based energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
  • Researching, designing, and supporting community education programs.​
  • Identifying and making recommendations regarding energy project financing options.

More info about the Energy Commission:

  1. ​To join the commission you do not have to be a resident of Ann Arbor. All those interested are invited​​ to fill out an application​. You're also invited to work on a working group or project team.
  2. The difference between the Energy and the Environmental Commissions: the Energy Commission focuses on energy-related work while the Environmental Commission focuses more on waste and natural features, such as trees and rivers.
  3. The working groups are: transportation electrification, buildings and the built environment, renewable energy, and community outreach.​