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Groups want proposed loan for Oakland coal shipping port declared illegal

In our opinion: Using renewable energy to create a cleaner and more affordable energy system

Gov. Gary R. Herbert and Stakeholders to Explore Key Environmental and Economic Issues in First Utah Air & Energy Symposium, Oct. 27, 2015

Utah chemist studying how to generate electricity from exercise

California sun, Wyoming wind may help power Utah

In Utah, scaled-down oil shale dreams still alive

Cratering oil prices have slowed Utah’s oil-shale business, but the nascent commercial industry is still on its feet, moving forward on projects that proponents hope someday will unlock a vast trove of hydrocarbons embedded under the Uinta Basin.

Oakridge Apartments Boasts New Solar Installation

Oakridge Apartments is expected to save $5.7 million in energy costs over the next 25 years

Majority of Utahns in favor of changing behavior to cut air pollution — but actions might speak louder

Three-quarters of Utah residents want to see air emissions decrease 40 percent by the year 2050