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Clean Power Plan

Salt Lake Chamber's Evans says businesses moving toward clean energy despite Utah's rule litigation

As many states suspend planning on U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan pending litigation, how are businesses and local chamber of commerce chapters responding? During today's OnPoint, Ryan Evans, vice president of business and community relations at the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, explains why his organization is encouraging efficiency and clean energy investments, despite Utah's participation in the power plan lawsuit. Evans, who is also an advisory board member of the Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy, discusses local-level small-business trends on clean energy.