Utah Clean Energy

Since 2001, Utah Clean Energy has lead the transition to a new clean energy economy in Utah and the West with vision and expertise. Through advocacy, policy, and public outreach Utah Clean Energy tackles today’s serious energy challenges with a toolbox of innovative solutions and workable strategies in four main areas: preventing energy waste & reducing pollution through energy efficiency, making renewable energy simple & affordable, improving air quality with EV’s, and planning for a clean energy future and livable planet.


Path to Positive Utah

A collaboration by ecoAmerica and Utah Clean Energy, Path to Positive Utah is advancing conversations about climate change risks and solutions in the state of Utah, with leaders working together to build deep and lasting support for climate action throughout the state.

Comprised of a diverse group of trusted community leaders from local government, public health, higher education, faith, non-profit and business, Path to Positive Leaders seek to understand, prepare for, and raise awareness about the risks and solutions of climate change.

Forty leaders have already signed the declaration, which is open to all Utah leaders interested in harnessing their leadership to advance conversations about and solutions to climate change. Local notables who signed the declaration include Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams, Zions Bank President and CEO Scott Anderson, Goldman Sachs Vice President Dean Soukup, Episcopal Diocese of Utah Bishop Scott Hayashi, former Director of the Department of Environmental Quality Amanda Smith, past chair of the Utah Public Service Commission Ted Boyer, and Gardner Company president and CEO Christian Gardner, to name a few.