Multifamily Energy Efficiency Retrofits: Barriers and Opportunities for Deep Energy Savings

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Building an EV Charging Network in Utah, Nevada and Colorado

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Advances in Utility Energy Efficiency: SWEEP’s Annual Workshop

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Fact Sheets: Regional and State Benefits of Energy Efficiency, 2008-2015

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Improving Building Energy Codes Throughout the Southwest

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Steamboat Springs and Routt County, CO, adopt updated building energy codes

The City Council of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, has approved adoption of the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), while the County Commissioners in surrounding Routt County also have...

Colorado VW Plan Supports Transition to Electric Vehicles

The Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) has released a draft plan on how the state will allocate approximately $70 million in funding that the state will receive as part...

SWEEP Applauds Denver for Putting Forward a Comprehensive, Strong Climate Strategy

On Sept.6, the City and County of Denver issued its 80 x 50 Climate Goal: Stakeholder Report, a draft strategy for achieving Mayor Michael Hancock’s goal of reducing the city’s greenhouse...

Salt Lake City Adopts Commercial Building Benchmarking, Transparency Rules

The Salt Lake City Council has adopted new rules that will help building tenants, investors and owners track (or benchmark) energy use, a move that could improve the city’s energy savings and air quality...

Reno Adopts Better Building Challenge

The City of Reno, NV, has taken its first initiative to curb climate pollution by launching a city-led Better Buildings Challenge. The resolution, adopted Aug. 23, 2017 on a unanimous council vote,...

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