Gov. Gary Herbert has unveiled an ambitious plan for Utah’s energy future. He wants to increase energy production in the state by 25 percent by the end of 2020.

Herbert released his “Energy Action Plan” at the Utah Energy Summit on May 15, setting in motion a blueprint on energy-related issues for the next two years.

“We will be able to produce 25 percent more energy,” Herbert said. “The question will be, what will be the fuel of choice.”

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