Many families in the Salt Lake Valley cook on gas ranges. Unfortunately, these gas stoves release indoor air pollutants (including nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide) that can create significant health problems. In fact, studies have shown that children who grow up in homes with gas stoves are 42% more likely to have asthma. That’s where induction cooking comes in. This type of electric cooking is much cleaner than gas; it uses induction technology to heat cookware directly, which means that it’s highly energy efficient and it heats cookware very quickly and evenly.
Thanks to a grant from Intermountain Healthcare Foundation, Utah Clean Energy is excited to make clean cooking technology accessible by giving away a limited number of free induction kits. (The induction kits include a portable induction cooktop and an induction-compatible pot and pan).
Limited to one induction kit per household.
- Must live on SLC’s Westside (84116, 84104, 84120)
- Must currently cook on a gas stove
- Must be 18 or older
Apply to participate in the program by filling out the application below: