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HB411 - Community Renewable Energy Act - Updates

HB411 allows municipalities to opt in to go to 100% renewable electricity by 2030. We are working with the Sierra Club, HEAL Utah, Action Utah, and Utah Clean Energy to open up conversations with mayors and city council members from other likely municipalities.

Salt Lake City, Park City, Moab, Cottonwood Heights, and Summit County are expected to opt in. We have active efforts in Holladay, Ivins, Millcreek, Ogden, Sandy, and South Jordan to bring them in to the 100% clean energy club.

Our Ogden team had a great op-ed on HB411. Standard Examiner - Cities can save money and help clean air with HB 411

Tyler Poulsen presented in May to the Sandy City Council. Sandy City Council Video (starting at 2:06)

Jeff Bousson will be presenting to Coalville on 8/12 and Oakley on 8/14.

For those interested in contacting their city council members about HB411, here are a couple of resources. Fact sheet: HB411 Community Renewable Energy Fact Sheet Resource Packet: Rocky Mountain Power's Impact on Utah's Health, Climate, and Economy

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