Current UCCC Grants:
The UCAIR Grants Program invests in creative metric driven projects that will encourgage emissions reduction throughout Utah. In 2014 UCCC's propsal was selected and the coalition was able to update Idle Free Utah program outreach and replenish program supplies (A BIG thank you to stakeholders who independently contributed to the project as well: Rio Tinto, D and S Services and The Utah Office of Energy Development). This year we are proud to announce that our proposal for a pilot program that willexpand Idle Free to Junior High and High School campuses has been accepted! We are excited for this new chapter of Idle Free Utah!
American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
Utah Clean Cities Coalition and their Clean Cities Transportation Sector Petroleum Reduction Technologies Program was awarded $14.9M in 2009 to update and expand Utah's Alternative Fuel Infrastructure, and to increase alternative fuel vehicle deployment. The grant concluded the end of the 2013 calendar year, and UCCC is in its final stages of tracking. The DOE calculates the initiative will help Utah displace 1.1 million gallons of petroleum each year which is equal to an annual gas gallon equivalents (GGE) displacement of approximately 11,487,000 gallons and increase the number of alternative fueled vehicles on the road. We are very proud of our project partners and the positive momentum alternative fuels have gained from this project!
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