Utah Clean Cities
Summer Newsletter
Fleet Highlight!
ACE Recycling & Disposal Ribbon Cutting
On May 10th We Celebrated With ACE Recycling & Disposal.

ACE continues to update their fleet with new additions to the expanding CNG refuse haulers- creating one of the greenest fleets in Utah!
Of note, beginning in 2019, ACE has been using Renewable Natural Gas, RNG and further reducing their emissions.

Join us in celebrating and commending their commitment to clean alternative fuels.
Tammie Bostick, UCC and Matt Stalsberg, ACE
Stakeholder Highlight!
Sandy City EV Charging Unveiling
Mayor Bradburn of Sandy City unveiled electric vehicle charging stations on the south-west side of City Hall
(Level 2 and DC Fast chargers).

There are additional charging stations at various locations around Sandy, totaling 45 in all.

Chargers were in part funded by the Rocky Mountain Power STEP program, UCAIR and VW Settlement Funding.
Clean Air Advocates Cheer the Green Future of Sandy City
Sandy City Mayor Bradburn
Utah Clean Cities
in partnership with the Governor's Office of Energy Development
Delivers Utah's Largest to Date
Advanced Fueled Vehicles and Zero-Emission
Ride and Drive, Outdoor Showcase 2019

See the event photos below or this link to access the photo album.

Advanced Fuel Fleet Vehicles ROCK the Outdoor Showcase!
Utah Clean Cities at the
Green Transportation Summit & Expo
Tacoma, WA. welcomes Department of Energy Clean Cities Coalitions from the Northwest region and across nation.
Green Transportation Summit & Expo 2019

Utah Clean Cities organized, presented and engaged in a wide-variety of workshops to strengthen Utah-based and regional stakeholder projects including: bio-fuels, renewable fuels, electrification, propane, renewable natural gas landfill projects, medium & heavy-duty fleet vehicles, and transportation leadership.
Alternative Fuel Grant Opportunities
DOT Announces Availability of $60 Million for Advanced Transportation Technologies Grants
Now in its fourth round of grants, FHWA is interested in projects that bring data together from different systems

  • integrated corridor management,
  • real-time traveler information,
  • traffic data collection and dissemination,
  • Other multi-modal intelligent transportation system technologies.
Welcome Carolyn Gonot, UTA Chief
(Photo courtesy of UTA) Carolyn Gonot, the new executive director of UTA.
Gonot to Bring Expertise & Vision to Public Transportation
“Service is key. That’s the primary message: Service is key — how we deliver it, how we continue to make the existing service better and also serve the growing needs here. That’s going to be the focus as we run a strong, stable yet innovative agency.”
Northwest Regional Corner News
Northern Colorado Clean Cities leads Refueling Colorado
A project funded by the Colorado Energy Office, Refuel Colorado facilitates the development of alternative fuel infrastructure and boosts the use of clean, domestic fuels in public and private sector fleets through community engagement and energy coaching of fleets. 
Live & Work Electric 
  • Leadership
  • Engagement
  • Recognition

This program is an exciting and financially appealing opportunity for Utah fleets to add electric vehicles and charging infrastructure with great incentives- up to $5,000 off EV vehicles and 75% saving on charging equipment

Interested in Working with Utah Clean Cities?
Green Your Fleet!

  • Proven Results
  • Return on Investment
  • Measurable Emission Reductions
  • Green Fleet Branding
  • Leadership at its BEST

Take Action to the Road!
Utah Clean Cities | tammie.bostick@utahcleancities.org | utahcleancities.org