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Charge Ahead Colorado Awarded Projects

Charge Ahead Colorado is a jointly managed program between the Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) and the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) to incentivize the deployment of charging stations (EVSE) and electric vehicles (EV). Both RAQC and CEO are funding charging stations. RAQC funding is open to all public and private entities. Only RAQC is funding electric vehicle purchases.  Electric vehicle funding is focused on those entities not eligible for the state income tax credit. All interested parties are required to submit the project application. For more information on Charge Ahead Coloradoa summary of funding amounts, criteria, eligibility and how to apply, please click here.

The following projects have been awarded funding for EVSE and/or EV.

February 2013

American Lung Association: 1 EVSE

City of Arvada: 1 EVSE

City of Aurora: 2 EVSE, 3 EV

City of Boulder: 4 EVSE, 5 EV

Town of Carbondale: 1 EVSE**

City of Colorado Springs: 1 EVSE**

City and County of Denver, Department of Environmental Health: 6 EVSE

City of Durango: 3 EVSE**

City of Fort Collins: 4 EVSE**

City of Golden: 6 EVSE

City of Lafayette: 2 EVSE

City of Lakewood: 1 EVSE, 1 EV

City of Loveland: 6 EVSE**

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW-68): 2 EVSE, 1 EV

Pueblo County: 2 EVSE**

April 2013

Town of Breckenridge: 1 EVSE**

July 2013

Adams County Government: 1 EVSE, 1 EV

City of Louisville: 1 EVSE

RTL Networks, Inc./City and County of Denver: 1 EVSE

Town of Superior: 1 EVSE

October 2013

City and County of Denver, Department of Environmental Health: 2 EVSE

City of Glenwood Springs: 1 EVSE**

Colorado Mountain College: 1 EVSE**

Denver Museum of Nature and Science: 3 EVSE

Longmont Power and Communication: 4 EVSE, 2 EV

Town of Basalt: 1 EVSE**

February 2014

AMG National Trust Bank: 1 EVSE

Boulder County: 1 EVSE

Regional Transportation District (RTD): 4 EVSE, 2 EV

Spire HOA: 8 EVSE

United Power: 2 EVSE

May 2014

City of Westminster: 1 EVSE, 1 EV

Town of Nederland, 1 EVSE

 August 2014

City and County of Denver: 5 EVSE

City of Boulder: 1 EVSE, 3 EV

Denver International Airport: 5 EVSE

Rocky Mountain Institute: 1 EVSE

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research: 8 EVSE

December 2014

AimcoBluffs, LLC: 1 EVSE

AimcoBrandywine, LP: 1 EVSE

Arvada Gardens Condo Association: 1 EVSE

Boulder County: 1 EV

Boulder Valley School District: 1 EV; 1 EVSE

Children’s Hospital Colorado: 6 EVSE

City and County of Denver: 2 EVs

City of Aurora: 3 EVSE

City of Brighton: 1 EVSE

City of Lakewood: 1 EV

City of Littleton: 1 EVSE

Colorado School of Mines: 4 EVSE

CPF Creekside LLC: 1 EVSE

GEOS Neighborhood Inc.: 3 EVs; 4 EVSE

Lewis & Sons Property LLC: 2 EVSE

Stored Energy Systems: 3 EVSE

March 2015

Academy School District 20: 1 EVSE**

ALIO Industries: 2 EVSE

Boulder County: 2 EVSE

City of Aurora: 7 EVs; 1 EVSE

City of Colorado Springs: 1 EVSE**

City of Longmont: 1 EV

Colorado State University: 2 EVSE**

Custom Solar: 1 EVSE

Denver International Airport: 10 EVSE

Dot Hill Systems: 2 EVSE

eThos Electric Car Share, LLC.: 2 EVSE

Kew Realty Corporation: 3 EVSE

North Nevada Retail Ventures, LLC: 2 EVSE**

Resurrection Fellowship: 1 EVSE**

Roaring Fork High School: 1 EVSE**

Salida Hospital District, dba Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center: 1 EVSE**

Solar Energy International: 1 EVSE**

Sustainable Living Technology, INC dba Living Solar: 2 EVSE**

The Old Gallery (Allenspark Community Cultures Council): 1 EVSE

Town of Frederick Power & Light: 2 EVSE**

Town of Palisade: 3 EVSE**

Town of Vail: 6 EVSE**

Ward Alternative Energy: 7 EVSE**

**CEO Funded Projects