Events


Events Calendar

See below for SWEEP events:

Arizona 2017 Spring Education Institute (Energy Codes)

April 3, 2017 -- Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites, Tucson, AZ
Sponsor(s): Arizona Building Officials
The Spring Education Institute will once again offer eight sessions per day with instruction by state, regional and national instructors. Class offerings include new classes as well as versions of the most popular classes. All classes are based on the 2015 International Codes and the 2014 National Electrical Code. Registration is $170 per day, including lunch. ICC continuing education credits will be provided for each class. Registration at http://www.azbo.us/.

 

Clean Energy Action Plans for Local Governments (Webinar)

April 12, 2017 -- 12:00-1:00 pm MST
Sponsor(s): SWEEP and US DOE
A growing number of cities across the U.S. are developing clean energy goals and action plans as part of their overall sustainability efforts. Cities and counties (as well as states and private companies) will likely play an increasingly important role in advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy in the next several years. Local government clean energy goals range from modest, such as to increase local participation in utility energy efficiency and renewable energy programs, to aggressive, such as to purchase 100% renewable energy or become carbon neutral.

Please join us for this interactive webinar on the challenges and rewards of developing and implementing a clean energy action plan at the local government level. The webinar will feature an overview of the energy goal-setting and planning process; Successes, struggles and unique experiences from four local governments in the Southwest.

Speakers:
Shelby Sommer, Planner III, Brendle Group;
Marco Velotta, Sustainability Planner, Office of Sustainability, City of Las Vegas;
Sonrisa Lucero, Sustainability Strategist, City and County of Denver;
Susie Strife, Sustainability Coordinator, Boulder County;
John Phelan, Resource Conservation Manager, Fort Collins Utilities

 

For information about more events around the country related to energy efficiency and renewable energy, please visit EnergyMeetings.com.