The Colorado Energy Office's ReCharge Colorado program works to advance the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) and installation of charging infrastructure in Colorado.
ReCharge Colorado Coaches – known as ReCharge Coaches – provide coaching services for EVs and infrastructure development in every county in the state (see map above). ReCharge Coaches help consumers, local governments, workplaces and multiunit housing developments identify monetary savings, grant opportunities and other advantages related to deploying EVs and charging infrastructure. ReCharge Coaches help build local stakeholder support for EV adoption and leverage these networks to drive EV sales and participation in available funding opportunities.
Charging Stations and Grant Opportunities
ReCharge Coaches help explain engineering and design requirements needed to develop charging stations. ReCharge Coaches also help drive participation in state and partner programs such as Charge Ahead Colorado.
Consumers, Business Owners and Local Governments
ReCharge Coaches help business owners, government leaders and consumers understand the financial, environmental, economic development and energy security advantages of EVs. By working with Colorado communities, ReCharge Coaches hep create an ecosystem of broad support and resources necessary for a successful transition to EVs.
ReCharge Coaches inform dealerships about incentives customers can utilize in the purchase of EVs, and they create/promote group buys and EV ride-and-drive events.
For additional information, contact Sarah Thorne at email@example.com with the Colorado Energy Office.
For ReCharge Colorado program information and contacts for coaching territories, see the ReCharge Colorado Flyer.
For guidance on conducting electric vehicle group buy programs, refer to the Electric Vehicle Group Buy Programs: Handbook & Case Studies (July 2018)