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The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) and the Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) are providing a grant program worth $30 Million over four years (2014 through 2017) to incentivize adoption of alternative fuel vehicles. The program will be equally split between alternative fueling infrastructure and half toward alternative fuel vehicles. Through the program, there will be a statewide system for Alternative Fuel Vehicle travel. Alternative Fuel Vehicles offer significant air quality benefits, which should improve Ozone and Carbon Monoxide within the Denver Metro and North Front Range.
For more information about the program, please visit the ALT Fuels Colorado website and read the fact sheet.