Wyoming DEQ Volkswagen Funding

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is now accepting grant proposals for emissions reduction projects across the state. Proposed projects must involve methods to mitigate nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from vehicles listed within the eligible mitigation actions established in DEQ’s Volkswagen (VW) Mitigation Plan. More detailed information about eligible mitigation actions can be found […]

Celebrating 20 years of YTCC

Check out this beautiful video highlighting some of YTCC’s work over the past 20 years.

Congressman Simpson Honored with Clean Transportation Hero Award from YTCC

Idaho Falls, ID | April 17th, 2023 – Congressman Mike Simpson has been recognized for his outstanding contributions to clean transportation, economic and energy security by Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities, a non-profit organization that promotes alternative fuels, advanced vehicles, energy efficient mobility systems and energy security in the region. Simpson was presented with the Clean Transportation Hero award […]

Wyoming Updates NEVI and VW Funding Timeline

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 […]

Clean Vehicle Tax Credit

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.

Celebrating 20 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!

Town Council approves YTCC Electric Vehicle Charging Station Text Amendment

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.

Federal Funding Update

The bi-partisan infrastructure bill provides a historic level of funding for infrastructure; including roads, bridges, and broadband. Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities (YTCC) is closely following the funding earmarked for electric vehicle charging stations, alternative fuels and infrastructure, transit, and school buses.

Wyoming Releases State Zero Emission Strategy

Click HERE to view the State of Wyoming Draft Zero Emission Vehicle Strategy for public review and comment. This week the state of Wyoming released the first of at least two documents we will see this year that addresses how the State of Wyoming will support the development of Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure. This first one, is the […]

WYDOT Announces Strategy for National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Funding

22 March 2022 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WYDOT announces strategy for National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure funding CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming will soon receive National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds to use to facilitate electric vehicle infrastructure development, especially charging stations, around the state. The funding is part of the Federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act […]