Second Annual National Poll - US Homeowners Weigh In on Clean Energy

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Second Annual National Poll - US Homeowners Weigh In on Clean Energy

Join SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive, internationally respected pollster and Zogby Analytics senior analyst John Zogby, and report lead author and Clean Edge managing director Ron Pernick for an exclusive look at the dynamic relationship between U.S. homeowners and clean energy. 

Produced by Clean Edge and SolarCity, U.S. Homeowners on Clean Energy: A National Survey uncovers consumer attitudes about renewables, energy efficiency, clean transportation, green investing, conventional energy sources, electric utilities, and more. This year’s poll found that Americans overwhelmingly choose solar and wind over natural gas, nuclear, and coal. Findings also showed that regardless of their political views, the majority of consumers back federal support of clean energy and oppose utility-driven roadblocks. 

In this webinar you will: 

• Learn what U.S. homeowners think of, and know about, clean-energy products and services 
• Uncover what U.S. homeowners think about clean-energy policy and impact investments 
• Get a deeper view into the reasons behind U.S. homeowners’ clean-energy purchasing trends and attitudes 
• See in-depth polling data and learn more about demographic trends and insights 

1,400 U.S. homeowners participated in the survey conducted by Zogby Analytics. Respondents were randomly selected to answer questions about renewables, energy efficiency, clean transportation, green investing, conventional energy sources, electric utilities, and other related topics. All interviews were completed in late January 2014. Based on a confidence interval of 95%, the margin of error for the survey is +/- 2.7 percentage points. 

The report, “U.S. Homeowners on Clean Energy: A National Survey,” is available for download at www.solarcity.com/newsroom/reports and www.cleanedge.com/reports