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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Electric Vehicles Offer Broad Economic Benefits

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See the Regional and State Benefits of Energy Efficiency 2008-2018

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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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NM Governor, Lawmakers Prioritize Bill to Accelerate Adoption of Plug-In Electric Cars

Albuquerque, NM -- The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) today lauded Governor Lujan-Grisham for prioritizing legislation that would make electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric...

New Utah Roadmap Points the Way for Mitigating Climate Impacts and Improving Air Quality

At the request of the Utah Legislature, the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute of the University of Utah, with the assistance of a Technical Advisory Committee, prepared and issued The Utah Roadmap: Positive...

Arizona Public Service to Restore Partial Funding for Energy Efficiency Programs

Yesterday, Arizona Public Service (APS) let the Arizona Corporation Commission know it is willing to partially restore funding for its energy efficiency programs. Energy efficiency advocates wasted...

Denver Takes Major Step to Zero Energy Buildings

On December 23, 2019, the Denver City Council approved an update to the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) to put the city on a glide path to zero net energy buildings by 2035...

Nevada Commission Approves 2020 DSM Plan for NV Energy

On December 18, 2019, the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) approved NV Energy’s plan to spend $55 million on energy efficiency and other demand-side management (DSM) programs in 2020...

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