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Energy Codes Are Life and Safety Codes

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Do Heat Pumps Save Energy? Emissions? Money?

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Learn About SWEEP’s 15th Annual Southwest Utility Energy Efficiency Workshop

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Top 9 Reasons to Update to a New Energy Code

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Study Shows Sensible Rules Needed for Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars (also called autonomous vehicles or AVs) offer tremendous promise but need to be deployed correctly to avoid causing more problems than they solve, says a just released report from...

Salt River Project Surpasses FY 2018 Energy Efficiency Goal

Salt River Project (SRP) reported that its energy efficiency programs resulted in 2.14 percent savings (as a percentage of retail sales) in fiscal year 2018, surpassing its goal of 2...

GoEV Cities Campaign Kicks Off in Colorado and Other EV Event News

A coalition of conservation and consumer advocacy organizations is kicking off a new GoEV Cities campaign designed to help local governments support the transition to electric transportation...

News Story: SWEEP's Report Shows Public Transit Helps Mountain and Rural Communities

How does public transit help mountain and rural communities in the Southwest? Read the article in the Aspen Daily News about SWEEP's recent report that shows the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority ...

Public transit isn’t just for metro areas; it’s vital to Colorado’s rural reaches, too

In his op-ed that ran in today's Colorado Politics, Will Toor explains why rural Colorado needs public transit, too. Dr. Toor, who heads SWEEP's transportation program, also explained that public...

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