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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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See the Regional and State Benefits of Energy Efficiency 2008-2019

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Learn About SWEEP’s 17th 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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New Report to Quantify the Benefits of Driving on Electricity in Nevada

[CARSON CITY, NV] - Nevadans can save more than $14 billion through 2050 by moving from gas-powered cars to electric vehicles (EVs), according to a report released today. EVs can also reduce air...

Denver Stakes Out its Strategy for Clean, Healthy, and Net Zero New Homes and Buildings

Denver took a big leap forward with the release of its 168-page Net Zero Energy New Buildings and Homes Implementation Plan, laying out a strategy for all new construction to be net zero by 2030...

New Report: Clean Energy Could Save Arizona $2 Billion, Grow State Economy

[PHOENIX, AZ]  – Greater investment in clean energy, such as energy efficiency, solar, and batteries, consistent with the new “Energy Rules” approved by state utility regulators...

Colorado Releases its new Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap

Colorado released its Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Pollution Reduction Roadmap on January 14, 2021. The Roadmap represents the most action-oriented, ambitious, and substantive planning process that Colorado...

SWEEP Names Elise Jones as its Next Executive Director

[BOULDER, CO] – The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) is pleased to announce that Elise Jones will become the organization's next Executive Director, starting on January 25, 2021...

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