Ask the members of the House Public Utilities, Energy and Technology Standing Committee to pass HB 194 to accelerate the transition to renewables for clean air and a strong environment!
Air pollution, environmental stewardship, and a changing climate are top priority issues for Utahns. Unfortunately, the electricity we consume in Utah comes largely from coal and other polluting sources. That is changing. Utah state law already requires annual electricity sales for each electrical corporation or utility to reach at least 20% renewable energy by the year 2025, increasing each year after. In 2017, 14% of the energy consumed by Utahns came from renewable sources.
A new bill, HB 194 Clean and Renewable Energy Amendments by Rep. Ray Ward, will accelerate the transition to clean and renewable energy, ensuring clean air, a strong environment, and healthy people for generations to come.
Simply click “Start Writing” to ask legislators to vote YES on HB 194.