We are working to support bold policy visions

to solve some of Utah’s most pressing environmental problems.


This is the first ever, comprehensive air quality legislation

to be introduced in the state of Utah.


To reduce air pollution and carbon emissions by 50% by 2030.


We have a responsibility to take care of each other, and we all deserve the freedom to breathe clean air.


Rooftop solar is in big trouble thanks to a decision issued by The Public Service Commission in October of last year.

S.B. 245 Net Metering Amendments gives rooftop solar a fighting chance.

Rooftop solar plays an essential role in advancing our fight for clean, breathable air as well as decarbonization here in Utah, and because of this decision, it will likely be killed off.

S.B. 245 is asking legislators to take public health and environmental benefit into account when setting rates for rooftop solar. It provides 15 years of certainty, and being able to plan for the future in one of the primary incentives for making the switch to renewable energy.