Hosted by City of Aspen Utilities and Holy Cross Energy
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Green Level Sponsors
City of Aspen Utilities provides reliable and economic electric service to approximately 2,371 residential, commercial, hotel, and condominium service connects. All service is within Aspen City limits. www.aspenpitkin.com
Holy Cross Energy Cooperative is a cooperative corporation with more than 43,000 member-owners served by 165 employees.It is proud to provide energy and services to major ski resorts located in the Aspen and Vail areas as well as farms,ranches and friendly rural communities that provide people and resources for the tourist and outdoor recreation industries. www.holycross.com
Green Level Sponsors
The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) is a recognized global leader, supporting the development of a highly professional building performance industry through individual and organizational credentialing and a rigorous quality assurance program. BPI works with building performance industry stakeholders to ensure that the professional bar for excellence in building performance contracting is established and maintained by creating and regularly updating technical requirements through an open, transparent, consensus-based development process. www.bpi.org
Electric & Gas Industries Association (EGIA) is a non-profit organization that serves a nationwide network of over 12,800 energy partner contractors and 3,000 installation contractors, regional distributors, product manufacturers and other trade allies delivering energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions to millions of homes and businesses. EGIA also delivers services on behalf of electric, gas, water utilities and government, including financing, rebate program administration and rebate processing; contractor network management, training and certification; and sales channel development and support. EGIA has facilitated the financing of over 50,000 residential and business projects valued in excess of $800 million, and has administered over $300 million in rebate payments. www.egia.org
Xcel Energy is a leading combination electricity and natural gas energy company and offers a comprehensive portfolio of energy-related products and services to 3.3 million electricity customers and 1.8 million natural gas customers. Xcel Energy operates Windsource®, the nation's largest voluntary wind energy program in terms of customers. www.xcelenergy.com
Platte River Power Authority generates and delivers reliable, low-cost and environmentally responsible electricity to its owner communities of Estes Park, Fort Collins, Longmont, and Loveland, Colorado, where it is distributed by each municipal utility to residents and businesses. www.prpa.org
Fort Collins Utilities is a municipally owned, multi-service provider of water, wastewater, electric and stormwater services to the City of Fort Collins. We recognize the economic, social and environmental impacts of our operation and are committed to minimizing our negative impacts and enhancing our positive impacts on the community and environment.
The City of Longmont Power & Communications department is a community-owned, non-profit electric and telecommunications utility that builds, maintains and operates the electric distribution system for about 36,000 customers.
Loveland Water and Power Loveland Water and Power's mission is to add value serving the community's utility needs for today and tomorrow by providing quality customer service, providing reliable service, planning for the future, being environmentally sensitive, offering safe and secure utilities at competitive rates and being fiscally responsible.
Recharge Colorado (Recharge) is an energy, water, and resource efficiency asset for regional and national stakeholders. As an efficiency utility, Recharge promotes a robust, coherent marketplace for energy and water efficiency, the energy-water nexus, and renewable energy projects in Colorado.
Through Recharge's web portal Coloradoans are connected to tools, programs and information that help them use energy and water more efficiently in their homes and businesses. Consumers can simply search by zip code to identify local contractors, rebates and incentives specific to their location. The incentive finder results include utility, government, and manufacturer rebates, tax breaks, and any other available resources. Recharge provides rebate program design and administration to utility and government partners as part of its services. Recharge's rebates have standard program requirements and simple application processes to reduce confusion and make it easy for consumers, businesses, and contractors to receive a rebate. Recharge continues to pursue the development of additional programs that enhance the broader implementation of energy and water efficiency programs throughout Colorado. www.rechargecolorado.org
Western Area Power Administration's Energy Services Program helps our utility customers plan for a greener, more efficient future through greater energy-efficiency, renewable energy options, new technologies and industry best practices. Services include an equipment loan program, technical assistance, and a full menu of publications available both on-line and in printed version. www.wapa.gov
Gold Level Sponsors
Black Hills Energy is a diversified energy company with a tradition of exemplary service and a vision to be the energy partner of choice - is based in Rapid City, S.D., with corporate offices in Golden, CO., and Omaha, NE. The company serves 759,000 utility customers in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. The company's non-regulated businesses generate wholesale electricity, produce natural gas, oil and coal, and market energy. We partner to produce results that improve life with energy. www.blackhillsenergy.com
CLEAResult harnesses the world’s most innovative thinking in energy management to design and deliver energy optimization solutions for electric, gas and water utility companies as well as residential, institutional, commercial and industrial organizations. Our team of 800+ energy professionals offers expertise in every area necessary to ensure program success, including program design, implementation & evaluation, customer service, marketing, and engineering. We focus this wealth of experience on four key areas:
- Load Management
- Energy Efficiency
- Planning & Evaluation
We power significant, sustainable change for our clients by providing holistic organizational strategies for efficient energy use. While the types of programs we design and implement vary widely, each is centered on providing end-use customers with the education and technical tools they need to maximize the value of energy.www.clearesult.com
Colorado Rural Electric Association is the statewide trade association representing Colorado's electric cooperatives. CREA's membership is composed of 20 of the state's electric distribution cooperative associations and one generation and transmission cooperative. www.crea.coop
The Learning Source is a real-time learning campus, it takes on the dual role of helping to increase the energy-efficiency literacy of Lakewood commercial building owners and others interested in the benefits and savings associated with going "green." www.coloradoliteracy.org
Red Rocks Community College Rocky Mountain Education Center As the continuing education department of Red Rocks Community College our mission is not just OSHA training. RMEC offers training in many other areas. OSHA training is how the Rocky Mountain Education Center has earned their high quality reputation. We are a leader in many areas of certification training. www.rmecosha.com
Resource Action Programs offers a family of community conservation programs designed to increase residential resource efficiency and community awareness. The proven and effective design generates immediate savings in home energy and water use while providing maximum return on investment. www.resourceaction.com
Your organization is invited to participate in this event!
Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange (formerly Colorado Utility Exchange) goal is to facilitate a networking and professional development conference for staff representatives of energy and water utilities 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. This event is expected to attract about 100 utility and sponsor organization staff as well as trade allies that provide products and services to support utility programs. The agenda will focus on best practices from regional utilities. This conference is not about how to influence policies or motivate utilities to take action, but rather how utilities that already recognize the need and value are developing and implementing customer programs.
Green-level Sponsor ………$3,500
- Most prominent recognition in all event promotional materials
- Opportunity to display a fabric display or table-top exhibit in most prominent location
- Up to 5 utility/government representative or 3 other organization registrations to use at your discretion
- Reserved table for registrants during meals
- Opportunity to host a pre-conference session on topic of your choice from 10am – 12 noon on the
Gold-level Sponsor ………$2,000
- Recognition in all event promotional materials
- Opportunity to display a fabric display or table-top exhibit
- Up to 2 utility/government representative or 1 other organization registration for use at your discretion
Hospitality Sponsor ………Exclusive opportunities to make brief welcoming remarks and provide branded items (napkins, cups, etc.) during your event.
- $1500 break (4 available)
- $4000 lunch (1 available)
- $3000 networking reception (2 available)
All the above opportunities include:
- Pre- and post-conference attendee registration lists in electronic form
- Your literature or item in the registration packet
- Logo on all workshop promotion and on-site materials
- Logo with 50-word description on event web site and online proceedings
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