Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates (FM3) recently completed a survey of California voters to assess their attitudes toward key energy issues facing the state. The survey results show that voters are increasingly concerned about climate change, and support efforts by State government to shift California toward more use of clean and renewable energy.  More specifically, voters broadly support increasing use of non-combustion fuel cells as part of State’s clean energy transition; they prefer the use of fuel cells to diesel generators, and back a range of State policies to encourage their use.