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Advancing Utah's Energy Future
  • 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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  • Water and Energy Nexus Summit

    The Governor’s Office of Energy Development is excited to partner with the Rural Water Association of Utah to bring you the First Annual Water and Energy Nexus Summit on January 22, 2015.


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  • Visit our new "Utah Drives Electric" Website!

    Go to Utah Drives Electric to learn about Utah-available electric vehicles, about the charging infrastructure already in place here in Utah, and about the many benefits of electric vehicle deployment.

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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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  • U-Save Revolving Loan Fund

    The Utah Office of Energy Development will be issuing a notice of loan fund availability for energy efficiency projects through the U-Save Energy Efficiency Fund (U-Save) on December 8, 2014. Final applications will be due February 23, 2015. Please complete the form HERE to receive official notification and updates.

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BLUE SKY Renewable Energy

Did You Know: Net electric generation in Utah decreased 13% from 2008 through 2011, due mainly to lower demand from Nevada and California.