March 2019
March Newsletter
Partner With the Department of Energy's Clean Cities Programs in
Utah and the Northwest Region!

Commercial Trucks
& Off-road Applications
2019

Funding Opportunities For:

Natural Gas, Hydrogen, Biopower, and Electrification Technologies

US Department of Energy, EERE, expects to award nearly $51,000,000 in federal funding. Making 22-43 awards varying between $300,000 to $5,000,000
Concept Papers DUE
Utah Clean Cities Stakeholder Projects: March 29, 2019
Resiliency with Advanced Fueled Technologies and First Responders, Waste To Energy,Stations, Infrastructure, Vehicles, Deployment Technologies, Living Laboratories, Smart Mobility Demonstration, REV West Corridors
Green Transportation EXPO
May 21-23, 2019
Utah Clean Cities
50% Off for Members!
Green Fleet Reward
See the Air Quality Bills UCC is following
2019 Utah Legislative Review
THANK YOU to Bi-partisan Clean Air Caucus and Utah Legislators for their hard work this 2019 Session!

Representatives Arent, Snow, Briscoe, Handy, Potter and Harrison
Senators Weiler and Escamilla
Co-Chairs, Clean Air Caucus
Join Utah Clean Cities Coalition
Connected Vehicle Technology Workshop at ACT Expo
With the emergence of  connected technologies , the transportation industry has the opportunity to significantly improve operational, economic, and environmental performance. Connected technology can increase fuel efficiency and driver safety while improving your bottom line.

The three-part workshop, taking place at the  Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo  on Tuesday, April 23, will focus on how today’s connected vehicle technology can help maximize performance while improving safety and compliance.

Read the entire ACT Expo Workshop HERE
How Biodiesel is Reducing Diesel Usage
Biodiesel is a domestically produced, renewable fuel that can be manufactured from vegetable oils, animal fats, or recycled restaurant grease for use in diesel vehicles or any equipment that operates on diesel fuel.

Utah Clean Cities is working with public and private partners to ensure biodiesel is available. All new diesels can run on at least a 20% blend.

Linda Bluestein with the Department of Energy Clean Cities Program comments on biodiesel,

“We know as a group that biodiesel is easy to use and versatile. It’s got a really low cost of transition," she said. 
After years of fighting to win the right to open a Utah dealership last year, Tesla switches to online sales
Tesla fought for years in courts and the Utah Legislature to finally win the legal right to open a manufacturer-owned dealership in the state last year. Now the company no longer needs it, and is moving exclusively to online sales globally.

Read the entire Salt Lake Tribune Article HERE
UCC Blog Highlight
Ogden City Celebrates Idle Free and More!
Celebrating Untamed Ogden's Air - Utah Clean Cities...

Celebrating Untamed Ogden's Air What does it mean to have a sense of place? Why do certain places have greater meaning for us than others? Why are some people drawn to the desert, while others to the mountains or water? Setting aside a land...

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Join Live & Work Electric 
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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

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