Key Energy Efficiency Provisions in the Clean Power Plan

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Potential For More Efficient Electricity Use in the Southwest

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Improving Building Energy Codes Throughout the Southwest

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APS Tops in the Nation on Energy Savings

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Governor Herbert Issues Utah Energy Efficiency Plan

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Boulder's Commercial Buildings and Industrial Facilities Will Be More Energy Efficient

On September 29, the City of Boulder, Colorado passed commercial energy efficiency requirements that impact both municipal buildings and privately owned commercial and industrial facilities...

SWEEP Presents Report on Utility Strategic Energy Management Programs at 2015 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Industry

SWEEP staff co-authored a report highlighting the strategic energy management (SEM) programs offered to industrial customers of Xcel Energy in Colorado and Rocky Mountain Power in Utah...

Salt River Project Surpasses Energy Efficiency Goals Again

Salt River Project (SRP), Arizona’s second largest electric utility, reports that it surpassed its energy savings goal for the fourth consecutive year. The utility reported annual energy savings...

Group Purchase Program Offers Discounts on Electric Vehicles and Solar Panels

In late August, a limited-time group purchase program began that allows residents of Boulder, Denver and Adams Counties to purchase rooftop solar panels and electric vehicles at a discount through Oct...

Colorado Commits $100M to Improve Bike Paths and Infrastructure

On September 16, 2015, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper announced a commitment of $100 million over the next four years to the Colorado Pedals Project in order to make Colorado the “best state to ride a bike...

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