Sponsors and Supporters

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Utah Clean Energy is Utah’s leading expert public interest organization working to expand renewable energy and energy efficiency in a way that is beneficial not only for Utah’s environment and health, but also our economy and long-term energy security. Utah Clean Energy is committed to creating a future that ensures healthy, thriving communities for all, empowered and sustained by clean energies such as solar, wind and energy efficiency. Utah Clean Energy has served as project manager for Drive Electric initiatives in Utah since 2015.
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Funding from UCAIR has suppored Drive Electric programs since 2015.
UCAIR is a statewide clean air partnership created to make it easier for individuals, businesses and communities to make small changes to improve Utah's air. Every small change adds to a collective bigger step toward better health, a better economy and better overall quality of life for all of us.
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Funding from the Salt Lake City Patagonia Outlet has supported Drive Electric programs since 2015.
Patagonia makes grants to organizations that identify and work on the root causes of problems and that approach issues with a commitment to long-term change. Because Patagonia believes that the most direct path to real change is through building grassroots momentum, Patagonia's funding focuses on organizations that create a strong base of citizen support.

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Utah's Hogle Zoo nurtures respect and appreciation for the natural world by providing diverse educational, recreational and conservation opportunities. This is accomplished through imaginative exhibits and programs, profesional animal care and commitment to excellence.
At the heart of the Zoo's movement towards sustainability is the many staff and community engagement programs led by the Zoo's Green Team. Committed to advancing sustainability in our operations, this team of multi-departmental advocates is continually improving the Zoo's recycling efforts, promoting alternative commuting strategies, and engaging with our community.

U Drive Electric Sponsors & Supporters

U Sustainability Logo   The University of Utah is committed to integrating sustainability across all areas of the institution, including academics, operations, and administration and to serving as a model for what is possible in sustainability. The Sustainability Office supports sustainability efforts of all kinds and works to better streamline initiatives and collaboration across campus.
SLC logo black transparent    Salt Lake City is committed to driving energy and air quality solutions within its government operations and in partnership with the community as a whole. The City recently committed to powering 100 percent of community electricity needs with renewable energy by 2032, ensuring that the benefits of electric vehicles are maximized. Learn more about Salt Lake City's energy goals.
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For more than two decades, the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation has partnered with visionaries throughout the state of Utah to improve the lives of all its citizens.
Since its founding in 1982, the Foundation has made more than $300 million in grants ranging from modest assistance of $1,000 or less to multimillion- dollar investments in universities and health-care organizations. The Foundation addresses needs large and small alike -- always seeking to make a personal difference in the daily lives of Utahns, and to ensure a strong economic base for their future.

Drive Electric Northern Utah Sponsors & Supporters

WSU only transparent   Weber State University (WSU) is an institution with over 25,000 students that is committed to sustainability in both the realms of education and practice. It became an American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment signatory in 2007 which led to the creation of the school’s Energy and Sustainability Office and the campus' Climate Action Plan that details steps for becoming carbon neutral by 2050. Since 2007, through energy efficiency and conservation, WSU has cut its electricity consumption by over 29 percent, and its carbon emissions by over 30 percent. The campus is on the path to electrify its heating and cooling systems and is growing its own fleet of electric vehicles on campus. The use of electricity better enables use of renewable energy over the long term, particularly solar and geothermal.
In 2015 WSU established the Sustainability Practices and Research Center or SPARC. The center aims to further and facilitate WSU’s aims of sustainability education, research, and very importantly, practice, both on and off campus. It serves as a sustainability hub for the campus and wider community and is, together with the Energy and Sustainability Office, pleased to be a partner in the Drive Electric Northern Utah program.
USU logo   Since its founding in 1888, Utah State University has evolved from a small-town college tucked away in the Northern Utah mountains to a thriving research university with over 28,000 students state-wide. The university became a signatory to the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) in 2007, leading to the formation of the Sustainability Council. The Council seeks to reduce carbon emissions, conserve resources, and enhance quality of life by promoting sustainability in USU’s academic and service missions.
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d Janet T. Dee Foundation supported the Drive Electric Northern Utah Program.
The founders established the Lawrence T. and Janet T. Dee Foundation in 1971 for the purpose of benefiting Ogden and the surrounding area through charitable endeavors. Their son, Thomas D. Dee II (known as Tommy), was a founding director of the Foundation and continued their vision, serving as a chair until his death in 2009. The family wished to give back to a community which had supported them during their lifetimes.





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