Entries by Utah Clean Cities

Brent Chamberlain

Brent Chamberlain, Utah Clean Cities Board Brent is currently serving as a Kane County Commissioner.  Prior to Kane County he served as a Kanab City Councilman for six year.  After retiring from 32 years in the mining industry he and his wife Kathy moved to Kanab Utah in 2011.  Brent was the Human Resources Director, […]

Jack Hedge

Jack Hedge Executive Director, Utah Inland Port Authority Jack Hedge assumed the role of the Executive Director of the Utah Inland Port Authority in June of 2019. His charge is to develop and build the nation’s leading sustainable intermodal logistics hub that will help prepare for, support and manage Utah’s continuing economic growth. Hedge will […]

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 […]

2019 ANNUAL FUEL REPORT: Call for Fleet Managers

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE 2019 ANNUAL FUEL REPORT TEMPLATE. Once you have completed this form, please send to Clean Cities Senior Project Manager, Emily Paskett: emily.paskett@utahcleancities.org. This data supports our work to accelerate the adoption of alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies in Utah. Why do we need Utah Green Fleets? Read below for more […]

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Utah Legislative Updates 2020

Follow along with the bills Utah Clean Cities is tracking this year throughout the 2020 Utah State Legislative Session. H.B. 259 Electric Vehicle Charging Network H.B. 259 requires the Department of Transportation to lead in the creation of a statewide electric vehicle charging network plan. This bill: ▸requires the Department of Transportation to lead in […]

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Governor Advances Clean Transportation in Utah

Utah Leaders and organizations gathered on Nov 4, 2019, in celebration of the 11th Year Anniversary and Annual Declaration of the Governor’s Partnership for Advanced Fuels and Infrastructure. This event represents the next step in understanding proven business models for fleets and sustainable strategies for clean transportation in Utah. Utah Clean Cities organized the event in […]

UCC Presents at Solar Power International Conference

Utah Clean Cities was thrilled to present at the Solar Power International (SPI) conference EV 101 last month in Salt Lake City. The presentation, which was lead by UCC Executive Director Tammie Bostick as a part of the EV 101 workshop, covered everything from renewable natural gas to electric vehicle availability, workplace charging stations, and more. […]