Renewable Energy in Utah Article

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Renewable energy is defined as energy that comes from infinite
resources or resources that naturally regenerate over time. Renewable
energy resources include solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, and hydroelectric
resources.


As a part of its mission, the Office of Energy Development promotes energy
information, program support, and access to federal funding for
renewable energy initiatives in Utah. This mission is accomplished
by providing the public, private industry, nonprofit organizations,
and government agencies with forums for information exchange, objective
research, and technical assistance.

For more information please
contact the Office of Energy Development at 801-536-4235.

  • Biomass
  • Geothermal Resources
  • Hydroelectric Power
  • Net Metering of Electricity
  • Renewable Energy Data
  • Renewable Energy Distributors, Dealers, and Installers
  • Renewable Energy Incentives
  • Renewable Energy Resource Map
  • Renewable Energy Policies
  • Renewable Resources: Phase 1 | Phase 2
  • Solar Energy
  • Transmission
  • Utah Renewable Energy Zone Task Force
  • Wind Energy

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