The Coalition for an Energy Efficient Denver (CEED), is a broad, Colorado-based nonprofit coalition of businesses, institutions, citizens and organizations working together to advocate for achieving a higher degree of energy efficiency in all buildings in Denver.
By using energy smarter we can stimulate economic growth, create jobs, save money for residents and businesses and increase sustainability in all neighborhoods. Energy efficiency is the cheapest, cleanest and safest energy strategy, and it creates the most jobs!
CEED goals include:
Establish Denver as a leader in energy efficiency among cities in Colorado and around the country. By using energy smarter, we can help make Denver the best place to live, work, and play;
Make Denver’s benchmarking program a leading program in the country with full participation throughout the larger buildings;
Engage the Denver City administration and City Council in policy discussions about additional energy efficiency measures to be undertaken within the City and County of Denver; and
Bring existing energy efficiency measures and programs throughout the city to scale rapidly.
There is no time like the present to become more energy efficient.
The Denver energy efficiency sector is at an unprecedented level of sophistication with hundreds of highly trained and certified professionals, hundreds of capable firms and contractors in the region and new materials and technologies entering the marketplace – it’s time to put them to work.
Tony Massaro is the campaign director for the
Coalition for an Energy Efficient Denver…