Electrification of transportation, i.e. replacing internal combustion engines with electric, and supplying that electricity with renewables, will decarbonize and ensure a more affordable energy source for the transportation sector.
Park City recently installed several chargers around town that are free for public use (parking fees still apply). They are located in the following locations:
- City Hall, South parking lot
- Bob Wells Plaza
- China Bridge Parking Garage
- Park City Ice Arena
- PC MARC
- City Park, near the gazebo
- Park City Library
- Flagpole parking lot
- Brew Pub parking lot
Map of Park City EV chargers available here.
Additional, privately owned, charging points can be found here.
13 out of 42 buses in Park City Transit's bus fleet are electric, that about 30%. As additional biodiesel buses are replaced with electric, and solar resources are brought online to power Park City Municipal’s operations, the emissions from transit operations will head towards zero. More here.
Park City and Summit County launched the nation’s first electrified bike share program, Summit Bike Share. Details here.