Coloradans - purchase your EV by December 31, 2019 to take advantage of the $5,000 tax credit!
Effective January 1, 2020, the Colorado state EV tax credit reduces from $5,000 to $4,000 - so purchase your EV by December 31, 2019 to take advantage at the $5,000 level. Learn more here.
The Colorado RENU Loan Makes Energy Upgrades Easy & Affordable
The Colorado Residential Energy Upgrate Loan - the RENU Loan - is a statewide residential loan program sponsored by the Colorado Energy Office in partnership with Elevations Credit Union. The RENU Loan makes home energy upgrades like energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements easy and affordable - here's how.
Charge Ahead Colorado Provides EV Charging Station Grants
The Colorado Energy Office and Regional Air Quality Council provide grants for charging station funding through Charge Ahead Colorado. Workplaces, multi-family buildings and tourist destinations are strongly encouraged to apply - learn more here.
Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Project Assistance Available to Colorado Agricultural Industry
Through the Colorado Energy Office's Agricultural Energy Efficiency program, technical expertise and funding assistance are available for Colorado irrigators, dairies, greenhouses, nurseries, cold storage facilities, poultry and swine farms, and feedlots. For more information, go here.
EV Fast-Charging Stations Coming to Colorado's Major Transportation Corridors
The Colorado Energy Office has partnered with ChargePoint to build electric vehicle fast-charging stations along the state's major transportation corridors. The stations will be located in communities at 33 sites across six Colorado corridors - find a map of locations here.
2019 Legislative Session Vaults Colorado to National Leadership Position in Clean Energy and Climate Action