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CONTACT UTAH LAWMAKERS TO ENSURE FAIR SOLAR CREDITS— SUPPORT S.B. 189

Utah residents served by Rocky Mountain Power are not receiving fair credit for the solar energy they send back to the grid for disbursement to other energy users. The current rate utilities pay Utah’s solar owners is too low and can vary from year to year. This creates too much uncertainty for current customers, and anyone trying to decide if they should invest in rooftop solar. 

PROTECT UTAH’S CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE— CONTACT UTAH LAWMAKERS TO VOTE NO ON S.B. 224, H.B. 48, H.B. 374

As we navigate the 2024 Legislative Session, it’s crucial to spotlight bills that could significantly impact Utah’s clean energy future. Unfortunately these efforts could undermine the progress Utah has made transitioning to renewable sources, affecting our access to clean air, our investment in family-sustaining green jobs, and advancement of a clean energy economy.

SAVE PARLEYS CANYON – URGENT ACTION NEEDED AGAINST H.B. 502, H.B. 353, AND S.B. 172

For the past year, HEAL Utah and our partner organizations have been actively engaged in opposing the proposed 635-acre limestone quarry and gravel pit development in Parleys Canyon, a beloved natural area close to Salt Lake City. Unfortunately, at least three bills currently under consideration at the state legislature could pave the way for the approval of this disastrous mine by undermining local decision-making, limiting public engagement, and curtailing access to judicial review.

CLOSED: VOICE YOUR CONCERNS ON UTAH’S PLAN TO EXPAND INTERSTATE 15 (I-15): PEOPLE OVER FREEWAYS

The proposed expansion project in our community brings up a lot of concerns – such as increased noise and air pollution, disruption to businesses, loss of property, and increased costs for taxpayers. We must make sure that we are considering all of our options to address the growing population, such as exploring faster, more reliable public transportation like double-tracking FrontRunner.

CLOSED: Voice your concerns regarding a proposed mine in Parleys Canyon.

The proposed Parleys Canyon Mine in Utah is a ticking time bomb for our air and water quality, wildlife habitat, and recreational activities in the area. The fine particles created by the mine can cause fear and worry for resident’s health and environmental impacts! Not to mentionUtah has limited regulation of fugitive dust polluters and there are no real consequences when they break the rules. We MUST fight this and join forces to protect our air, water, wildlife, and recreation for generations to come.