Category: Emissions Reduction

Converted Vehicles:
Before 2009 Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit Program

Jump to: EPA Certification Proof of Certification Getting Certified Converting Taxpayers may claim a nonrefundable tax credit of fifty percent of the cost of equipment for conversion minus any grant received, up to $2,500 per vehicle registered in Utah if: it is to be fueled by propane, natural gas, or electricity; it is to be …

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Electric Motorcycles:
Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit Program

Qualifying Electric Motorcycles Taxpayers may claim a $750 nonrefundable tax credit for the original purchase or lease of a new qualifying motorcycle. A motorcycle qualifies for this credit if: it has a seat or saddle for the use of the rider; is designed to travel with not more than three wheels in contact with the …

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Frequently Asked Questions:
Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit Program

Jump to: Are bi-fuel vehicle eligible to receive the Clean Fuels Tax Credit? Are hybrids eligible for the Clean Fuel Tax Credit? Are there Federal tax credits available? Do I have to re-certify my TC40V to claim the carryover? How can I find an alternative fueling station? How can I submit my TC40V and the …

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Statewide Emissions Inventory Program

Updates: Emission Inventories for 2020 will be due April 15, 2021. Please make sure you are registered for SLEIS if your facility is required to submit an inventory! Purpose and Method Federal and state laws require the Utah Division of Air Quality to create a comprehensive emissions inventory for point, area, and mobile sources every …

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Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit

The Utah Legislature has revised the State’s Clean Fuel Tax Credit several times since 2008. Because of these revisions, different rules apply to vehicles purchased or converted in different tax years. Below you will find links to the applicable rules for specific years.

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Wood Stove and Fireplace Conversion Assistance Program

The Utah Division of Air Quality (DAQ), through a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has developed a wood smoke reduction incentive program for homeowners to reduce wintertime pollution from wood burning in the seven counties that currently fail to meet National Ambient Air Quality Standard for fine particulates. The program will begin accepting online applications in the fall of 2018.

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