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Electrify Your Home in 2023

February 16, 2023, 12:00 – 1:15 PM MT

Webinar/Virtual Meeting
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With natural gas prices high and federal and state tax credits in place, 2023 is a great year to explore adding a new heat pump to your home. In this webinar, the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) highlights the key points to consider in electrifying both new and existing homes — for homeowners, new homebuyers, and HVAC contractors, as well as utilities, local governments, and new homebuilders.

Download the slides or watch the webinar here

Colorado Electrification Leadership Summit

Thursday, October 27, 2022

Mounted Heat Pump on Residential Home

The Beneficial Electrification League of Colorado (BEL-CO) is inviting utilities, local governments, new home builders, heat pump distributors, and other stakeholders to share insights and help us build momentum in electrifying Colorado’s single- and multi-family homes.

Discussions will include: 1) state policy updates and new federal funding to drive more building electrification, 2) opportunities/challenges in building more efficient and electric new homes.

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Build Forward Workshop + Expo

On Saturday, October 15th, the Colorado Green Building Guild is hosting a day of workshops and exhibitions in Superior, Colorado. You can learn more about the event here. This event is mainly focused on rebuilding from the Marshal Fire, but the information and resources could also apply to building high performing homes anywhere in the state.

Webinars for Homeowners and New Home Buyers

These webinars are sponsored by the Walking Mountains Science Center, Holy Cross Energy, BEL-CO, Energy Smart Colorado, Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE), Garfield Clean Energy (CLEER), and High Country Conservation Center.

Heat Pumps Webinar for Existing Homes

Existing Homes

These two webinars are free, one-hour webinars, from 5:00 – 6:00 PM.

These webinars target a) homes with radiant heating systems and b) homes with propane or gas furnaces. Heat pumps offer cooling during summer months, while reducing consumption of fuel for heating during cooler months, lowering your home’s carbon footprint, and reducing heating costs in most cases.


  • July 19th: Mini-Split Heat Pumps for cooling (and heating). This webinar targets homeowners interested in adding mini-split heat pumps to homes with radiant (in-floor) heat, homes with hydronic baseboard heat, or homes with electric baseboard heating.


David Petroy, Founder/Energy Analyst, NTS Energy LLC

Cold Climate Heat Pump New Construction for New HomesNew Homes

Cold Climate Heat Pump New Construction, w/HPWH. This webinar (two dates for the same information) will highlight the benefits of heat pumps in new single-family homes, comparing the benefits of various heat pump options vs the traditional heating and cooling options. We will also discuss heat pump water heaters (HPWHs) and their benefits.


  • August 30th
  • October 4th


Cold-Climate Air-Source Heat Pumps:
David Petroy, Founder/Energy Analyst, NTS Energy LLC
Heat Pump Water Heaters (HPWH):
Tim Gaughan, Region Sales Manager – Utilities & HE Products, Rheem Manufacturing Company

Webinar – Local Government Planning for Healthy Electric Homes

On, April 26, Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) Colorado held a webinar, Local Government Planning for Healthy Electric Homes, for an audience of government officials and advisory bodies from Weld County to Aspen.

Here is the link to view the webinar.

The webinar features:

  • Jan Keleher, Building Electrification Specialist, Climate Action, Sustainability & Resiliency, City of Denver
  • Brian Tholl, Energy Services Supervisor, City of Fort Collins
  • Carolyn Elam, Sustainability Senior Manager for Energy Systems, City of Boulder

The speakers discussed their cities’ new policies supporting health and climate protection by transitioning the housing sector from gas to clean electric heating, cooling, and cooking technologies.

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Love Electric aims to accelerate the adoption of heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, and other efficient electric technologies in homes and businesses across Colorado, to lower consumer energy costs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and provide improved health, comfort and other benefits. Love Electric is an initiative of the Beneficial Electrification League of Colorado (BEL-CO).

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