Colorado puts $7 million to fleet, truck EV charging1 min read
Colorado regulators have wielded plenty of sticks in recent years while mandating the changeover of fossil fuel use in the state to clean-generated electricity. Clean cars, clean trucks, clean stoves and furnaces, clean power stations — the rules are stacking up in bundles.
But state officials say they have plenty of carrots in stock, too. And they’re adding another, calling it Fleet ZERO, and dangling $7 million in the first year with millions more to come.
Fleet ZERO offers grants for building fast charging stations to local governments or private businesses that run large groups of light, medium or heavy-duty electric vehicles. The government has done its job requiring manufacturers to produce increasing percentages of clean electric vehicles of all sizes,…
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