Renewable Energy Task Force

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A graphic of a green colored house with an electric plug and a some leaves with a blue and white background. A yellow bar along the top has the words "Renewable Energy Task Force" written in white.

About the Task Force

The Renewable Energy Task Force is an ad hoc advisory committee that is working to develop clean energy goals and benchmarks through a transparent and inclusive stakeholder process. The Stillwater City Council passed a resolution in early 2020 committing to 100% clean, renewable energy and forming a citizen Renewable Energy Task Force.

“We are eager to hear from the community as the task force carries out this important initiative. The community appreciates the work and commitment of the task force members as Stillwater explores a transition to clean and renewable energy.” -- Becky Taylor, task force liaison and Chief Civic Innovation Officer for the City of Stillwater


Task Force Members

  • Mabrie Baldwin
  • Robin Cornwell
  • Madeline Goddard
  • Deanna Homer
  • Mike Shanahan
  • Sharon Shanahan
  • Alan Tree
  • Henri Uehara
  • Kristine Waits
  • Pat Darlington

About this Page

This page is meant to function as the hub of civic engagement for this Task Force. Feedback is shared with City Council and city staff. Comments made on this page, as well as any comments made to city staff through email, are considered public documents. For questions about this, click on "Who's Listening."

About the Task Force

The Renewable Energy Task Force is an ad hoc advisory committee that is working to develop clean energy goals and benchmarks through a transparent and inclusive stakeholder process. The Stillwater City Council passed a resolution in early 2020 committing to 100% clean, renewable energy and forming a citizen Renewable Energy Task Force.

“We are eager to hear from the community as the task force carries out this important initiative. The community appreciates the work and commitment of the task force members as Stillwater explores a transition to clean and renewable energy.” -- Becky Taylor, task force liaison and Chief Civic Innovation Officer for the City of Stillwater


Task Force Members

  • Mabrie Baldwin
  • Robin Cornwell
  • Madeline Goddard
  • Deanna Homer
  • Mike Shanahan
  • Sharon Shanahan
  • Alan Tree
  • Henri Uehara
  • Kristine Waits
  • Pat Darlington

About this Page

This page is meant to function as the hub of civic engagement for this Task Force. Feedback is shared with City Council and city staff. Comments made on this page, as well as any comments made to city staff through email, are considered public documents. For questions about this, click on "Who's Listening."

Q & A

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    When is the next meeting? Is it open to the public?

    maloriec asked 11 days ago

    Hi there! The next Renewable Energy Task Force meeting is Thursday, October 14 from 5 - 6:30 pm in room 2073 at City Hall. Yes, all meetings are open to the public. The agenda will be posted at least 24 hours in advance and there is always a section on the agenda for public comments. Have a great day!

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    Hello, I saw this statement about the Renewable Energy Task Force: The Renewable Energy Task Force shall develop a plan by March 31, 2021, establishing clean energy goals and benchmarks through a transparent and inclusive stakeholder process that includes community members from organizations and groups most impacted by current energy systems. I am curious to learn progress of the task force toward goals and benchmarks. I could not find any information online. Please help. Steve Hallgren

    Stephen Hallgren asked 18 days ago

    Hi Mr. Hallgren,

    City Council extended the deadline to December 31, 2021 due to delays from COVID-19. The task force is making good progress and seem to be on pace to meet this new deadline. Thanks!

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    1. Who is the City’s lead contact for energy and environmental issues? 2. Are there any estimates of Stillwater’s current greenhouse gas emissions? This would be a helpful to know, if we are to measure our progress towards lowering the community’s impact. 3. Energy efficiency is essential to successfully transition to renewable energy. What steps will help reduce energy use, or improve efficiency, in public buildings, in new residential or commercial construction, and during building renovation projects? 4. How can Stillwater improve energy efficiency in City-owned vehicles?

    robin asked 11 months ago

    These are great questions that will be discussed at the task force meetings.

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