Denver company puts 100 people to work building energy-efficient housing

Posted on September 22, 2017 by Jeff Benzak

Editor’s Note: This case study first appeared in E2’s “Colorado’s Clean Energy Future” report, released in October 2016. Buildings consume 70 percent of our electricity, and they are responsible for nearly half of all greenhouse gas emissions. iUnit Technologies LLC’s mission is to be part of the solution to reduce those emissions. The Denver-based company […]

A big win for Colorado: Energy efficiency bill signed by the Governor!

Posted on May 11, 2017 by Susan Nedell

By Susan Nedell After a roller coaster of a legislative session, a broad coalition of business and environmental groups has prevailed, with the legislative passage of a ten-year extension of Colorado’s utility energy efficiency programs. With just over 24 hours left in the session, the bill passed with four Republican votes and the entire Democratic […]

Doubling Energy Efficiency Savings in CO Would Bring Huge Economic Benefits to the State

Posted on March 15, 2017 by Susan Nedell

By Susan Nedell E2 Rocky Mountains Advocate Here in Colorado, the clean energy economy employs 62,000 workers. The state has the opportunity to create thousands more new clean jobs and add hundreds of millions of dollars to its economy, while cutting carbon pollution and saving money for its electricity customers, by strengthening its investments in […]

Attention President Trump – Here’s An Efficient Way To Create Jobs

Posted on January 20, 2017 by Bob Keefe

By Bob Keefe E2 Executive Director If they care about creating jobs, driving economic growth and saving consumers’ money, here’s one industry our elected officials in Washington and beyond should support: Energy efficiency. Nearly 1.9 million Americans now work in energy efficiency in America. A new analysis (read it here) by business group E2 (Environmental […]