The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project's (SWEEP) Allies help expand its work with utilities, state and local governments, and in the transportation sector through an annual contribution of $5000 (or $2500 for nonprofits). SWEEP thanks its 2021 Allies for their valuable support.
SWEEP's Allies program provides an avenue for organizations and companies to: 1) Receive exclusive information about regulatory and legislative opportunities and developments in the six-state region where SWEEP operates; 2) Support SWEEP in expanding the scope and impact of its energy efficiency and clean transportation work, thereby growing the market and business opportunities for SWEEP Allies; and 3) Participate in SWEEP’s Annual Energy Efficiency Workshop, an exclusive two-day meeting of regional utilities, policymakers, and SWEEP Allies focused on emerging opportunities and issues in the utility energy efficiency sector.
Additional Allies benefits include: 1) Periodic updates on news and major policy advancements in the region; 2) An exclusive invitation to attend biannual teleconferences hosted by SWEEP on the status and near-term prospects for state and utility energy efficiency programs in the Southwest; and 3) Recognition on SWEEP’s website.
The 2021 SWEEP Allies are: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), ADM Energy, Air Movement & Control Association (AMCA), American Chemistry Council, Apex Analytics, Bidgely, Cascade Energy, ChargePoint, CLEAResult, Daikin, DNV, E4TheFuture, Energy Solutions, ETC Group, Evergreen Consulting, Franklin Energy, General Motors, Google Nest, Greenlots, Group 14 Engineering, Guidehouse, ICAST (International Center for Appropriate & Sustainable Technology), Johns Manville, Michaels Energy, NAIMA (North American Insulation Manufacturers Association), Nextant, Opinion Dynamics, Oracle Utilities, Owens Corning, Power TakeOff, Proctor Engineering Group, Recurve, Tesla, Trane Technologies, Uplight, and Western Mechanical Solutions.