• Grants, Laws and Incentives

Making changes to improve Utah’s air quality isn’t always easy. That’s why at Utah Clean Cities, we do everything we can to make the process go smoother. We’ve compiled a list of various grants, incentives and laws that will make your transition to alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies seamless.

If you have any questions or need more information in pursuing a grant, please contact us.

This list of grants was last updated February 16, 2021

Contact us for more Information on Grants & Incentives

Tammie Bostick (tammie.bostick@utahcleancities.org)
Kelly Barrett (kelly.barrett@utahcleancities.org)
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GREET and AFLEET Model Guide

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Salt Lake County Vehicle Repair and Replacement Assistance Program (VRRAP)

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Utah Foundations Driving Towards a Cleaner Future Report (November 2019)

  Driving Toward a Cleaner Future: Alternative Fuel Vehicles in Utah examines the incentives and disincentives around electric cars, as well as the policy decisions around preparation for a wide proliferation of electric vehicles in…

14th Annual Governor’s Idle Free Declaration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 1st, 2021 Fourteenth Annual Governor’s Idle Free Declaration   September marks the 14th Annual Governor Declaration for Idle Free in Utah September 2021 and the 2021-2022 Winter Season in Utah.…

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Utah Clean Cities Awarded $1.8 Million in Federal Funding for Electric Vehicle Adoption

By SEAN HIGGINS • MAY 16, 2021 Salt Lake City-based nonprofit Utah Clean Cities was awarded $1.8 million in federal funding last month for the advancement of electric vehicles in the state. The…