Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities (YTCC) is excited to announce a significant expansion of its sustainable fuel efforts with Renewable Diesel now available at public gas stations in Belgrade, MT; Jackson, WY; and Nampa, ID. This collaborative effort, with Parkland USA and Farstad Oil underscores YTCC’s commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in a practical way and […]
Next month we will be celebrating National Drive Electric Week from September 22nd through October 1st. During this week the EV Experience team will be offering electric vehicle ‘ride and drives’…
Check out this beautiful video highlighting some of YTCC’s work over the past 20 years.
Skip the Traffic and Enjoy Your Ride Jackson, Wyoming – June 8, 2023: The Wheel House commuter bike hub is now open at Stilson Parking Lot, offering a secure location for overnight bike parking and electric bike charging. Commuters can take advantage of this facility by parking, locking, and charging their bikes for free within […]
Wyoming DOT updated their timeline regarding NEVI and VW Funding. Note the in-person workshop scheduled for May 9th in Casper, WY will be moved to May 24th if any delay in this timeline occurs. If the workshop is delayed, deadlines are also delayed by two weeks. As a reminder, the NEVI funding can only be used […]
It is considerably less to install the conduit at time of construction or when re-surfacing a parking lot than retrofitting, but there are still costs involved with running the conduit. What might it cost you to construct an EV Ready parking space? Find out in this calculator.
There is a lot of information to sift through when considering the new electric and fuel cell vehicle tax credit. We hope this one pager will help highlight some of the key aspects and help you on your journey towards choosing an electric vehicle.
With a start-up date of December 2010 and at a cost of $10 million, this Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) plant has been in operation for more than 12 years.
YTCC has been celebrating our 20th year anniversary and we continue to do so through this Spring. We compiled a timeline of our work for a poster at our in-person events and would love to share with you all here!
After the third and final reading at the January 17th Town Council meeting, the Town Council approved the electric vehicle charging station (EVSE) Land Development Regulation (LDR) amendment, establishing ordinance 1339, which became effective January 18th.