Plug-in and battery electric vehicles (EVs) produce no tailpipe emissions and recharge for a low $1.15/eGallon. Currently there are 13 electric vehicle models on the market, and the number continues to rise. Beyond wiper blades and tires, all-electric vehicles require little maintenance, saving consumers money over the life of the car. Recharging sites in Colorado are increasing to make lengthy trips more possible.
In an effort to improve air quality and encourage statewide deployment of electric vehicles across Colorado, the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) and the Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) have partnered to provide financial support for electric vehicles and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) through the Charge Ahead Colorado program. For more information, please visit the program website.