Allies


SWEEP Allies

The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project's (SWEEP) Allies help expand its work with utilities, state and local governments, and in the transportation sector through an annual contribution of $5000 (or $2500 for nonprofits). The Allies program is a collaborative and immersive partnership designed to directly benefit Ally organizations and companies through SWEEP’s advocacy work, policy positions, and mission. Here’s what we have accomplished so far: swenergy.org/about/sweep-accomplishments. To join, please contact Josh Valentine, Communications Director: jvalentine@swenergy.org.

SWEEP's Allies program includes the following benefits

  • Exclusive information about regulatory and legislative opportunities and developments in the six-state Southwest region where SWEEP operates, including periodic updates on news and major policy advancements in the region. 
  • Participate in SWEEP’s annual Utility Energy Efficiency Workshop, an exclusive two-day meeting of regional utilities, policymakers, and Allies focused on emerging opportunities and issues in the utility energy efficiency sector. Enhanced conference benefits include sponsorship opportunities, complimentary registrations for some of your staff, early-bird registration fees, and conference recognition. 
  • Align with SWEEP on expanding the scope and impact of its energy efficiency and clean transportation advocacy work, thereby growing the market and business opportunities for your organization. 
  • Present or co-organize educational, policy, and coalition webinars and other activities throughout the year. 
  • Collaborate on content with SWEEP — including blog articles, op-eds, call-to-action letters, and more — to copromote with the media, our subscribers, and social followers. 
  • Produce with SWEEP social media campaigns and kits to promote equally beneficial causes, policy positions, and your products and services. 
  • Public recognition via SWEEP’s website and promotional materials.

The 2022 SWEEP Allies are: American Chemistry Council, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), Bernhard, Cascade Energy, ChargePoint, CLEAResult, Daikin, DNV, E4TheFuture, Energy Solutions, Evergreen Consulting Group, EZ Green Home, The Franklin Energy Group, General Motors, Google Nest, Group 14 Engineering, Guidehouse, ICAST (International Center for Appropriate and Sustainable Technology), Johns Manville, Michaels Energy, NAIMA (North American Insulation Manufacturers Association), Noresco, Opinion Dynamics, Oracle Utilities, Owens Corning, Pearl Certification, Power TakeOff, Proctor Engineering Group, Recurve, Resource Innovations, Shell Recharge Solutions, Tesla, Trane Technologies, Uplight, and Western Mechanical Solutions.