Blue Sky Honors Utah Businesses for Leading in Green

October 25, 2018

SALT LAKE CITY — Today Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky program recognized Utah organizations for their long-time commitment to supporting renewable energy and leading the charge in working to make their communities more sustainable.

The three establishments, which were highlighted during the Green Business Awards ceremony, have been Blue Sky Visionary partners since 2004, while Park City was awarded for being the “greenest” place in Utah, working toward the most ambitions renewable goals in the country.

Blue Sky congratulates:

Vertical Diner

Elevated Cuisine operates Vertical Diner, Sage’s Café and Cali’s Natural Foods and has been a Blue Sky Visionary Partner since 2004. Ian Brandt, founder of Elevated Cuisine, says his participation in Blue Sky simply follows his company’s values of being a strong advocate and organic member of the local community.

Mazza Café

Ali Sabbah, owner and operator of both Mazza Café locations in Salt Lake City, says they are “just doing our part” to make a difference in the communities where they serve. Mazza Café has been doing its part as a Blue Sky Visionary Partner since 2004.

Salt Lake Brewing Company

Squatters and Wasatch Breweries are well-known pubs in Salt Lake City and Park City. Their participation in Blue Sky helped offset the carbon footprint of their brewing operations by 30 percent, which is equivalent to eliminating the CO2 emissions caused by 50,320 pounds of coal burned every single month.

Park City, Utah

Park City has set a sustainability goal to be running municipal operations from 100 percent renewable energy. At the end of 2017, they passed the 50% mark on this goal, and their community shares their commitment, with more than 12% of their citizens already participating in renewable energy programs.

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