ELECTRIFY! Colorado Symposium Presentations

 

Thank you once more to everyone who attended the ELECTRIFY! Colorado Symposium.  Below are links to the presentations given at the symposium.  Please contact Matt Mines for any additional questions about the Charge Ahead Colorado grant program.

National Drive Electric Week 2016

 

Colorado residents and visitors will be “electrified” the week of Sept. 10-18 when National Drive Electric Week (NDEW) comes back to town. Attendees will get to experience first-hand some of the most popular electric vehicle (EV) models available by visiting one of the six events occurring throughout the metro area.

Charge Ahead Colorado (an EV and infrastructure grant funding program formed in partnership by the Regional Air Quality Council and the Colorado Energy Office) will be available to discuss the myths and benefits of EV ownership, workplace charging opportunities, charging station availability, and the financial and tax incentives associated with EV ownership.

Most area NDEW events give the opportunity for attendees to experience a ride and drive of select EVs and various entertainment activities. For a list of local NDEW events, visit https://driveelectricweek.org/index.php or the Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition (CEVC) events calendar at http://refuelcolorado.com/cevc.

House Bill 1332 approved by Colorado legislature

 

Are you in the market for an electric vehicle?

You’re in luck then.  The process of claiming your tax credit became much easier this summer, with the passage of HB 1332.  Beginning in January 2017, your electric vehicle tax credit will be assignable at point of sale.  That means no more complicated calculations come April when taxes are due.

To read more about the bill and how it will affect you, please click here.

For a copy of the bill, please click here.