Colorado utilities gather to exchange efficiency program plans

Aspen, Colo., October 12, 2009 — Colorado energy utilities’ efforts to design and implement energy efficiency initiatives will be the focus of the 3rd Annual Colorado Utility Efficiency Exchange to be presented from October 21-23, 2009 in Aspen, Colorado.

The goal of the Colorado Utility Efficiency Exchange is to facilitate a networking and professional development conference for staff of energy utilities and allies serving Colorado and neighboring states who are responsible for developing and implementing customer programs related to energy/water efficiency, renewable energy, demand response and key account customer management.

Panel presentations with utility program managers and sessions by industry experts will explore incorporating energy efficiency initiatives into utility-sponsored programs to leverage federal stimulus, state and utility-sponsored incentive programs aimed at green collar workforce development, energy efficiency, and carbon emissions reduction.

The event will be hosted by City of Aspen Utilities and sponsored by over 20 organizations, including: Xcel Energy, SourceGas, Western Area Power Administration, Holy Cross Energy, Colorado Rural Electric Association, Platte River Power Authority, The City of Longmont Power & Communications, Fort Collins Utilities, Electric & Gas Industries Association, Building Performance Institute, Colorado Governor’s Energy Office, Marathon Water Heaters, Staples and Associates, Apogee Interactive, Convectair, Resource Action Programs, Resource Solutions Group, Robertson-Bryan, Inc., U.S. Department of Energy Industrial Technologies, Vertex Business Services, Efficiency First, E Source Affordable Comfort, Inc. and Home Energy Magazine. provides event management and logistical support.

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