Utah Climate Action Network

The Utah Climate Action Network works to advance transformational changes and protect the health, economy, and prosperity of our communities. Led by Utah Clean Energy, this group of specialized climate experts convene and collaborate on local solutions four a healthy climate.

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Reflections on the Legislative Session: Clean Energy, Coal, and Diversity

Now that Governor Cox’s deadline to veto legislation has passed, the 2024 Legislative Session is officially over (with the caveat that special sessions are likely). …

Making an Impact With the Utah Climate Action Network

Our community here in Moab has recognized that we are going to face major challenges with climate change, and we want to be a leader on solutions that will move us to clean energy and sustainable economies. UCAN’s Utah Climate Week helps put a spotlight on the leadership that individuals and communities are showing across Utah on climate solutions.

Moab Mayor and Path to Positive Utah leader Emily Niehaus
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Clean Technologies and Smart Grid, Climate Change Leadership, Creating an electric transportation system, Local Government Climate Leadership, Uncategorized

More than 7,200 megawatts of new wind energy

Beehive Emission Reduction Plan

The Utah Division of Air Quality is in early stages of applying for the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) “Climate Pollution …

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UCE Building

Climate Innovation Center: Construction Photo Gallery

March 2024: Exterior Insulation and Brick If we haven’t made it clear yet, the Climate Innovation Center is going to …

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Understanding Climate Resilience Challenges in LGBTQIA+ Communities 

June is Pride Month, and here at Utah Clean Energy, we’re thinking about what that means for us. As you …

Climate Change Leadership, Local Government Climate Leadership, Renewable Energy Grid, Transitioning to Renewable Energy

solar array

Business and Community Leaders Express Support for Rocky Mountain Power Plans to Shift to Clean Energy 

Utah Clean Energy and a broad and diverse group of Climate and Clean Air Compact signatories submitted on a letter …

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Aerial view of Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

Reflections on Clean Energy and Climate in the 2023 Utah Legislative Session 

The 2023 Utah Legislative Session wrapped up last Friday, March 3 with a mixed bag of highs and lows. I’m …

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