Entries by Utah Clean Cities

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Monitoring the Novel COVID-19 Pandemic

To our valued Clean Cities Members, Stakeholders and Colleagues: The Utah Clean Cities Team is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and understands that these are trying times. It is the priority of our organization to keep our coalition and community members healthy and safe so that we may overcome the challenges we currently face.  We […]

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Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Resilience

By Brinley Wilson, Utah Clean Cities  The concepts of emergency resiliency and preparedness are of critical importance to Utah Clean Cities. As a coalition, we believe incorporating biodiesel, electric, natural gas, and propane vehicles into emergency fleets can diversify energy portfolios and create reliant transportation alternatives. On Wednesday, March 18 at 7:09 AM, a magnitude […]

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Federal Alternative Fuel Tax Credits Summary

Please see below for an overview of all the federal alternative fuel tax credits that have been retroactively extended. For the latest information on laws and incentives, we recommend periodically checking the AFDC Laws and Incentives database here as it’s frequently updated. For an overview of all the federal alternative fuel tax credits that have been retroactively extended, visit […]

Idle Free Campaign Brochure Downloads and Purchase Options

With the generous support from our members and supporters, Utah Clean Cities has been able to distribute over 50,000 Idle Free decals and more than 1,000 permanent outdoor Idle Free signs to date. Please see our full list of FREE educational Idle Free materials available for download below:   IDLE FREE BROCHURES Brochure Spanish Brochure English IDLE FREE […]

Idle Free Packet Request Form

With the help of generous grant funding, Utah Clean Cities is able to continue the expansion of Idle Free efforts by providing schools with one complimentary starter Idle Free School Packet. To request an Idle Free Packet and inquire more about The Utah Clean Cities Idle Free Campaign, please submit this form and our team […]

UCC Joins Nationwide Policy Efforts for Clean Fuel, Vehicles & Infrastructure at Energy Independence Summit in Washington, D.C.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – February 5th, 2020. Utah Clean Cities Executive Director, Tammie Bostick, and Senior Project Manager, Emily Paskett, will join clean transportation leaders from across the nation next week in Washington, D.C. to educate federal policymakers on the need to accelerate America’s adoption of alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies. Bostick and Paskett […]

Utah Clean Cities Presentation at the Intermountain Sustainability Summit

Road Map Proposal: The Transportation Revolution Speaker: David Christensen, Utah State University; Royal DeLegge, Salt Lake City ; Kurt Salloux, Pinecreek Ventures Moderator: Tammie Bostick, Utah Clean Cities Location: Wildcat Theater, Room 235 ABOUT: For over 25 years, The Utah Clean Cities Coalition has supported public and private stakeholders in their efforts to reduce fuel costs and improve air […]