News: 2019

Rocky Mountain Power Releases Long-term Energy Plan

PacifiCorp draft resource plan calls for increases in lower-cost wind, solar and storage to manage phased coal transition. Plan includes about 7,000 MW of new renewables and storage by 2025.

Utah & INL Workshop

Utah businesses, universities, and government organizations are invited to learn about the exciting national security work taking place at one of the fastest growing national laboratories in the United States, the Idaho National Laboratory. 

EDCUtah Conducting In-Depth Business Climate Survey Statewide

EDCUtah recently conducted its 30th “Know the Customer” interview and is seeking another 30 companies to participate in the initiative by year-end. 

GS&O Tackles the New York City Marathon

A recap of EDCUtah's time last week in New York City, on a record-setting Global Strategy & Outreach campaign.

Woodbury Corporation Turns 100

Long-term investor, Woodbury Corp. celebrates 100 years of business in Utah. 

10 Categories Where Utah Claims Number One

Utah consistently receives high rankings for numerous accolades. KSL rounded up 10 categories where Utah claims the top spot.   

Grow with Google Event

EDCUtah is proud to partner with @Google and to welcome #GrowWithGoogle to #Utah! Join us at the Salt Lake City Public Library to grow your skills, career or business on October 1st. Register for the free event:

Collective Health Opens Lehi Location

Collective Health, former EDCUtah project and healthcare technology company focused on transforming the healthcare experience for companies and their employees open its Lehi location following announcing plans in December of 2018. 

In Utah, These Entrepreneurs Are Creating Their Own Version of Eden

In case you missed it: Northern Utah Regional Economic Development Partnership executive director, Chris Roybal, found a great article about a hidden gem in the region. 

A Rural Utah Report: Burns Saddlery

“Pulling yourself up by your bootstraps” is a well-worn phrase, but one that can be taken quite literally in Salina, Utah. The city of 2,551 sits on I-70 in rural Utah, a watering hole for truckers and travelers moving east and west on the interstate.


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