• 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 September 2021

Contact us for more Information on Grants & Incentives

Tammie Bostick (tammie.bostick@utahcleancities.org)
Kelly Barrett (kelly.barrett@utahcleancities.org)
Green Fleet Membership– Every fleet can be Idle Free. Save money and save our air.
, , , ,

The Case for Electric School Buses

What first comes to mind when you think about school bus transportation? Perhaps it’s the orange or yellow color, the sound of one passing by your home, or the dot moving on the map on your phone as you watch your child’s commute to…

January 2022

  December 2021 

The Sandy Library Uses Idle Free Campaign to Educate the Community

The Sandy Library is the latest organization to promote Utah Clean Cities' Idle Free Campaign. The signs will be used to educated the community about how vehicle emissions negatively impact the air we breathe. Watch our story to learn more…

Utah Clean Cities and NASEO discuss CORWest DC Fast- Charger Assesement

The webinar will lay out electric vehicle fast-charging and rate design options to enable ubiquitous public charging infrastructure as states, electric service providers, and private sector companies prepare for the electrification of the transportation…
, , , , ,

DOE Funds EMPOWER Workplace Charging Project

Press Release from Tennessee Clean Fuels:  On Nov. 1, 2021, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Vehicle Technologies Office announced the winners of the FY’21 “Low Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Vehicle Technologies Research, Development,…