Press Coverage

January 2021

  • Why efficiency has become a big part of energy in Colorado during 21st century
    Mountain Town News - January 20, 2021
    Two decades after he moved to Colorado and founded SWEEP, Howard Geller is moving on into the world of consulting, leaving his office and position as Executive Director to Elise Jones, who will simultaneously end her second of two terms as a commissioner in Boulder County. “Twenty years is about the right amount of time,” he said last Friday.
  • Colorado Leaders Cheer Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap
    WesternSlopeNow - January 14, 2021
    Colorado Governor Jared Polis and the Colorado Energy Office released the state's new Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap. It identifies how we'll protect our climate, improve health, and save money through policies that will advance energy efficiency and put more electric vehicles on the road.
  • Colorado is behind on targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions. How far should the state push industry to get there?
    The Colorado Sun - January 6, 2021
    The Polis administration is set this month to complete its “roadmap” for cutting Colorado’s greenhouse gas emissions, but critics question whether the route is clear enough — and the milestones realistic enough — to get Colorado where it needs to go.
  • Elise Jones to head Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
    Boulder Daily Camera - January 5, 2021
    Elise Jones, who is concluding her final week as an elected Boulder County commissioner, will be the next executive director of the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, SWEEP announced Tuesday.
  • Elise Jones to head Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
    Longmont Times-Call - January 5, 2021
    Elise Jones, who is concluding her final week as an elected Boulder County commissioner, will be the next executive director of the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, SWEEP announced Tuesday.
  • Boulder County commissioner named SWEEP executive director
    BizWest - January 5, 2021
    Boulder County Commissioner Elise Jones has been hired to serve as Executive Director for the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, a public-interest organization that helps utilities, state and local governments, environmental groups, national laboratories, and businesses improve efficiency.