Building Electrification
How Cities and Counties are Implementing Electrification Policies – with Adoptable Code Language

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Salt River Project Approves Ambitious Energy Efficiency,
Electric Vehicle and Carbon Emissions Targets

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SWEEP Praises Governor Polis and Colorado Legislators
for Adopting Important Energy Efficiency Legislation

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See the Regional and State Benefits of Energy Efficiency 2008-2019

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Learn About SWEEP’s 16th Annual Southwest Utility Energy Efficiency Workshop

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Southwest States and Cities Continue to Update Building Energy Codes

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Benchmarking and Transparency Takes off in the Southwest

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Denver Green Code and Affordable Housing Pilot Program

The City of Denver is piloting a new program that has long been championed by SWEEP’s buildings team – reduced permit fees and an accelerated permitting process for buildings that build...

Low-Income and Environmental Advocates Applaud New Mexico’s New Energy Conservation Building Code

[ALBUQUERQUE, NM] – The New Mexico Construction Industries Commission (CIC) voted this morning to adopt a statewide energy conservation code based on the 2018 International Energy Conservation...

Albuquerque Adopts Most Recent Model Building Energy Code

[ALBUQUERQUE, NM] – Last night, the Albuquerque City Council voted to adopt a new and efficient building energy code, the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC)...

Arizona Corporation Commission Passes the Buck on Energy Conservation Policies that Would Save Customers Money

[PHOENIX, AZ] – A huge opportunity was missed today by utility regulators at the Arizona Corporation Commission to extend and expand Arizona’s successful Energy Efficiency Standard, which...

New Mexico Commission Approves Clean Resource Portfolio as Replacement for the San Juan Coal Plant

[ALBUQUERQUE, NM] – The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC) today voted unanimously to approve replacement of the electricity that Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) receives...

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