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Advancing Utah's Energy Future
  • Your Mission...

    To design Utah’s Energy & Minerals Superhero for STEM Fest! Deadline: Oct 12

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  • OED Key Successes 2017-2018

    From policy to development to education, OED continues to make significant strides in advancing Utah’s energy and minerals economy.  Learn more by watching this short highlight reel.

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  • DOE Selects University of Utah Site for $140 Million Geothermal Research and Development!

    The U.S. Department of Energy announced on June 14 that the University of Utah will receive up to $140 million in continued funding over the next five years for cutting-edge geothermal research and development.

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  • Utah Energy Action Plan

    As Utah’s population is set to nearly double by 2050, our energy demands will increase.  To that end, the Utah Energy Action Plan has been developed to help OED meet its objectives and deliver results to the residents of Utah through a disciplined approach to the management and execution of its programs.

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  • Solar Tax Credits

    Installing solar panels on your home or business?  Click here to apply for the Renewable Energy Systems Tax Credit for residential and commercial installations.  For the FAQ, click here

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  • Advancing Utah Coal: Technology, Policy and a Path Forward

    On May 4, 2017 the OED released a new report on Utah’s coal industry to provide a framework, and recommendations for the advancement of strategic coal technologies and a sustainable coal economy in Utah.

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  • About OED

    Under the leadership of Gov. Herbert, OED is dedicated to advancing all responsible forms of energy and minerals. Learn more about OED by watching this video.

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Design Utah's Energy & Minerals Superhero for STEM Fest!

Whether that’s harnessing the strength of the sun or sporting a suit made of carbon fiber, we want you to create Utah’s new defender using a variety of…

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Did You Know: Utah ranks 36th among U.S. states for total electricity generation, (as of July 2013).