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Welcome to Western's Energy Services Program

Energy Services helps Western customers improve energy efficiency, explore alternative resource options, find new technologies and learn about programs and techniques at other utilities. Services include an equipment loan program, technical assistance, and a full menu of publications available both on-line and in printed version. We work closely with Western's Renewables Program to encourage customers to develop, purchase and use of renewable energy. Learn more.

Free webinar – Surviving the coming utility revolution
 
Sept. 9, 2014
1 PM Mountain time

Suzanne Shelton, a keynote speaker at the Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange, will be moderating a free webcast called Surviving the Coming Utility Revolution,Redirecting to a non-government site  sponsored by Greenbiz.com, that will host energy management leaders from Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson and Wal-Mart. They’ll share their sustainability goals and how utilities can help them achieve those goals. Read more.

Ideas welcomed at 2014 Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange

Sept. 24-26
Aspen, Colo.

With more than 110 utility and energy industry professionals already packing their brief cases for the Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency ExchangeRedirecting to a non-government site (RMUEE), you may want to take a look at the agenda to see what is attracting such a crowd to Aspen, Colo.

Admittedly, scheduling this popular conference for Sept. 24-26 puts it at the height of Colorado’s fall color season, but the real magnet is the diverse and packed agenda. Read more.

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DOE fact sheet highlights combined-heat-and-power technology

Combined heat and power (CHP) systems capture the heat from power generation and use it for heating and cooling operations, making the technology almost twice as efficient at fuel use as conventional generation. To encourage businesses to learn more about this efficient and cost-effective technology, the Energy Department has released a new Combined Heat and Power fact sheet and infographic. Contact Energy Services if you are interested in turning the online fact sheet into a bill stuffer for your industrial customers.

Register to submit your annual IRP online

Submitting your annual integrated resource plan update is easier for Western customers with the online IRP data collection program. Register to use this standardized tool for annual integrated resource plan updates.

Like the compliance training program, the web-based system is designed to streamline the reporting process, increase customers' understanding of the IRP requirements and ensure a consistent review process.