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  • Welcome

    Welcome to the Office of Energy Development's new website! Through this site we hope both to educate our constituents and stakeholders about Utah's energy resources, and offer substantive assistance to our business partners!

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  • OED's Mission

    To provide leadership in the balanced development of Utah's abundant energy resources through public and private partnerships for economic prosperity, energy independence and a reliable, affordable energy supply.

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  • Utah Energy Efficiency & Conservation Plan

    In August of 2013 the Governor’s Energy Advisor and the Office of Energy Development launched a truly stakeholder-driven process aimed at creation of the Utah Energy Efficiency and Conservation Plan. The various stakeholders were tasked with developing a specific set of recommendations for programs, public outreach, and policy measures that could help the State realize its energy efficiency and conservation potential.

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  • Profile: Red Leaf Resources

    Red Leaf Resouces is a Utah-based company with a proprietary technology called EcoShale™ which liberates the oil and gas from oil shale rock using the least amount of energy, the least amount of water, with the lowest emission profile and the lightest environmental footprint of any oil shale technology in the world today.

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Governor's Energy Development Summit

Save The Date!

Utah’s Governor Gary R. Herbert, the Governor’s Energy Advisor, and the Office of Energy Development (OED) are hosting a two-day Governor’s Energy Development Summit on June 3-4, 2014,…

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Did You Know: Utah currently has 64 operating hydroelectric power plants, (as of January 2014).