The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) announces its Allies for 2022


Josh Valentine, SWEEP |

[BOULDER, CO] – The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) is pleased to announce its Allies for 2022. The companies and nonprofit organizations who have joined or renewed memberships in our annual program help SWEEP expand its work to advance energy efficiency and clean transportation policies; programs at the federal, state, local, and utility levels; initiatives to help rapidly mitigate climate change; and energy equity for underserved communities.

“We are once again thrilled to work with forward-thinking companies and organizations who share our values and are committed to helping advance SWEEP’s vision of clean and efficient energy for everyone,” said SWEEP Executive Director Elise Jones. “Our 2022 Allies will provide valuable financial support for crucial energy-efficient and clean energy programs and policies. We thank all of our Allies for their partnership.”

The 2022 SWEEP Allies are: American Chemistry Council, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), Bernhard, Cascade Energy, ChargePoint, 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, Power TakeOff, Proctor Engineering Group, Recurve, Resource Innovations, Shell Recharge Solutions, Tesla, Trane Technologies, Uplight, and Western Mechanical Solutions.

SWEEP encourages other energy efficiency businesses, industry associations, and nonprofit organizations to join its Allies program. Go here for more information about the program and how to join.


The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) is a public interest organization promoting greater energy efficiency and clean transportation in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.