Salt River Project Approves Ambitious Energy Efficiency,
Electric Vehicle and Carbon Emissions Targets

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SWEEP Praises Governor Polis and Colorado Legislators
for Adopting Important Energy Efficiency Legislation

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Electric Vehicles Offer Broad Economic Benefits

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See the Regional and State Benefits of Energy Efficiency 2008-2018

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Learn About SWEEP’s 16th Annual Southwest Utility Energy Efficiency Workshop

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Southwest States and Cities Continue to Update Building Energy Codes

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Benchmarking and Transparency Takes off in the Southwest

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Electric Vehicles Could Save New Mexicans Billions of Dollars

[SANTA FE, NM] - New Mexicans can save more than $20 billion through 2050 by moving from gas-powered cars to electric vehicles (EVs), according to a new report. The resulting reduced air pollution would...

Tri-State Announces Transformative New Energy Plan

On January 15th, the Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association announced its Responsible Energy Plan, which includes shutting down the utility’s coal-fired power plants in Colorado and...

SWEEP Releases Comic Electric Vehicle Video

[ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO] - Today, the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) launched a humorous video about the benefits of electric vehicles, starring the famous New Mexico character “Lynette”...

APS Voluntarily Commits To 100% Carbon-free Electricity By 2050, 45% Renewables By 2030

[PHOENIX, ARIZONA] - Conservation and consumer groups today welcomed Arizona Public Service’s (APS) announcement that will set the utility on a path toward 45 percent renewable energy by...

City of Boulder Continues Its Path to Zero Energy Buildings

On January 21, 2020, the Boulder City Council unanimously passed updates to the city's building energy codes. Boulder has been on a glide path to zero net energy buildings and these updates continue...

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