Utah Clean Cities 2019
September Newsletter

12th Annual Governor's Declaration For
Idle Free Utah 2019-2020 Season
Welcome
Representative Stephen Handy, Utah Clean Cities Board 

Opening Remarks
Tammie Bostick, Utah Clean Cities Executive Director

Keynote Address
Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox

Special Guest Speakers
Representative Dr. Suzanne Harrison, MD 
Co-chair of the Bipartisan Clean Air Caucus

Dr. Liz Joy, MD, MPH
Utah Clean Air Partnership Board Member

Closing Remarks
Hanko Kiessner, Packsize, Leaders for Clean Air, Utah Clean Cities Board
Keynote Address
Lt. Governor Cox

12th Annual Governor Declaration for Idle Free in Utah September 2019 and the 2019-2020 Winter Season.

72 Utah Mayors Support Idle Free, Four School Districts, 10 Idle Free Cities, Hundreds of Fleets and Zion Park
Turn Your Key, Be Idle Free campaign has become Utah’s very own air pollution prevention campaign.
Utah Clean Cities Hosts:
2019 Clean Cities National Coordinator Training Workshop
"We were so incredibly honored to be selected this year to host the Silver Anniversary National Clean Cities Network Peer Exchange.
Utah magnificent scenery and our welcoming people went home in the hearts and minds of the Clean Cities family. "

Tammie Bostick,Executive Director, UCC


Clean Cities from across the nation toured Park City, University of Utah, Packsize, Ace Recycling & Refuse and Wasatch Resource Recovery. Each project highlighted was considered best practice smart mobility and Green Fleet savvy. The innovative work done at all of the sites impressed the entire group and inspired new partnerships and project across 50 states.
The response was overwhelmingly positive. The public transportation downtown and to the airport was hailed as excellent. The autonomous shuttle demonstrated by UDOT and UTA at the University of Utah was an added, futuristic peek in to the A.C.E.S model- Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared.

Thank you UTA for the State-of-Art Transportation!


" We couldn't be happier with the week-long event and the opportunity to "show and tell" Utah's amazing advanced fuel projects and especially introduce our guests to the people of Utah who commit to clean fuels, clean strategies and clean air".
Emily Paskett, UCC, Convention Project Lead
Daniel Simmons, Assistant Secretary in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), talking with Clean Cities

Packsize EV Workplace Charging Tour
ACE Recycling & Disposal RNG Refuse Hauler Tour
Utah Clean Cities hosting the 2019 Annual Conference
Upcoming Events
Hear About Utah EV Projects, Incentives & More!
Electric Vehicles 101 is a workshop designed as a discussion for those at any point along their EV journey, from novices and EV-curious to EV pros. There will be panels and presentations focused on charging, rebates and incentives, the future of EV policy, and more.
Speakers from Utah Clean Cities, Utilities, OEMs, EV Drivers Organizations and more will be featured to educate potential EV buyers, Industry Stakeholders, and Vendors on all things EV.

The workshop will also provide networking opportunities for attendees to connect.
Learn how to launch a Work Electric Workplace Charging Program for employees, customers and work fleet vehicles with Utah Clean Cities.
12th Annual Governor Declaration
Idle Free in Utah
2019-2020







Keynote Address
Lt. Governor Spencer Cox
2018-2019 Idle Free @ Salt Lake City Mayors Office Sandy City Becomes 9th Utah City to support an
Idle Free Ordinance in their city,
Draper City Join this year as an Idle Free Leaders.
  • Date: September 16th
  • Time: 11:00 am – noon
  • Location: Utah State Capitol
  • North Plaza
  • All WELCOMED
Solar Power International 2019
2019 Salt Lake City

Date: September 23-26, 2019

SPI will connect you to the largest gathering of North American solar industry professionals and vendors as they share the latest insights impacting your business and showcase the newest products and services in the industry. 
National Drive Electric Week
National Drive Electric Week, September 14-22, 2019 is a nationwide celebration to heighten awareness of today's widespread availability of plug-in vehicles and highlight the benefits of all-electric and plug-in hybrid-electric cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more.
There are two events planned along the Wasatch Front this year
About The Summit
The 2019 Utah Outdoor Recreation Summit is a three-day event held at the Dixie Center in beautiful St. George.

You’re invited to come and be a part of an important outdoor recreation discussion.

You will join local stakeholders, industry professionals and land managers that play a role in Utah’s outdoor recreation
community – in the fastest growing county in the U.S.
DOE Announces $59 Million for Vehicle Technology Research
Utah Clean Cities Wins TWO!

Utah Clean Cities is the recipient of two grants selected through the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and Vehicle Technologies Office .

See below for the awarded projects:

  1. East Zion National Park Electric Vehicle Shuttle System Plan
  2. Supporting a Strong EV Market in the Intermountain West through Consumer Education, Stakeholder Engagement, and Rural Infrastructure
Utah Clean Cities Joins UT Lawmakers
to ask for Clean Car Standards
Alternative Fuel Grant Opportunities
Utah DEQ Announces Workplace Charging Incentive
Workplace Electric Vehicle Charging Funding Assistance Program

The EVSE Incentive Program allows businesses, non-profit organizations, and non-state government entities to apply for a grant for reimbursement of up to 50% of the purchase and installation costs of a pre-approved EVSE project.
Funds can be used for the purchase & installation of both Level 2 or DC fast charging.

The EV Charging Incentive Program will began accepting applications on September 16, 2019.
Resources
Industry News
Factors Align to Make Regional Haul a Perfect Alternative Fuel Fit
Navigating the Trucking Industry Landscape with Biofuels
UT Cities, Schools & Agencies Get VW Settlement to Replace Old Diesel Vehicles
Regional Highlight:
Yellowstone-Tetons
Clean Cities, Alicia Cox
Missoula's Mountain Line launches new electric-powered buses

MISSOULA - Mountain Line's first electric bus hit the streets today, and five more are joining the fleet in the next few months.

Mountain Line staff are excited about the transition to the new buses, which offer more benefits than diesel-powered vehicles, says operations manager Jennifer Sweten
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



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