Matt Anderson Joins OED as its new Deputy Director

The Governor’s Office of Energy Development is excited to announce the hiring of its new deputy director, Matt Anderson. His first day with the Office is April 6, 2021. Before joining OED, Matt served as the Northern Utah Director for Sen. Mitt Romney. While there, he oversaw outreach to local businesses, nonprofits, community groups, local and state governments and federal …

OED Welcomes New Executive Director and Energy Advisor to Gov. Cox

Thom Carter is the new energy advisor for Governor Spencer J. Cox and the new executive director of the Governor’s Office of Energy Development. Prior to these positions, Thom was the executive director of the Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR), a nonprofit focused on bringing communities together to improve Utah’s air. During his time with UCAIR, Thom played an essential …

Green Hydrogen Project Underway

Called the world’s “largest green energy storage project,” the Intermountain Power Agency (IPA), owner of the 1,800-MW coal-fired power plant in Delta, Utah, is moving forward with a state-of-the-art new generation facility that will be designed to run initially on a mix of natural gas and hydrogen and will ultimately operate on hydrogen alone.

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Ogden City Energy Efficiency and Resiliency Plan

On July 6, 2020, Ogden City launched the Energy Wise Ogden Strategic Implementation Plan. The plan is focused on reducing energy waste and increasing energy efficiency for the city’s businesses and residents.

COVID-19 Energy Resources

To help you navigate these challenging times and the constantly changing COVID-19 landscape, we have compiled a list of energy-related resources.