EV Equity Study
The Colorado Energy Office is currently conducting one of the nation’s first studies on equity and electric vehicles (EVs). Research includes identifying policy options that have been used to increase access to the benefits of EVs, EV policy tools that target equity outcomes, convening advisory committees, mapping electrified equity indicators, and creating an EV equity toolkit. The final EV Equity Study will be released in early 2022.
If you are interested in sharing your perspective on EVs and encouraging the benefits of EVs to be distributed more equitably, we would like to hear from you. We will be issuing a survey to stakeholders during the course of the study - to participate, submit your contact info here.
EV Equity Study Draft Chapters (link to draft chapters will be posted here when available)
Stakeholder Engagement Meetings (meeting schedule and links will be posted here when available)
100% Electrification of the Light Duty Sector Roadmap
In response to the vision of the Colorado Electric Vehicle Plan 2020, this study will develop a roadmap to 100% electrification of Colorado’s light duty vehicle sector by analyzing policies, programs, incentives and actions the state could undertake and their various implications, cost/benefits and timeframes. The final 100% Electrification of the Light Duty Sector Roadmap will be released in early 2022.
100% Roadmap Draft Chapters (link to draft chapters will be posted here when available)
Stakeholder Engagement Meetings
To sign-up to attend upcoming stakeholder engagement meetings, register via the links below or contact email@example.com
Oct. 7, 2021: Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Development
Comment Form - if you would like to submit comment on the material presented in this webinar, you may do so via this form.
Oct. 18, 2021: Market Development and Policy
Oct. 28, 2021: Presentation to the Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition on the GHG Roadmap
Colorado Medium and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Study
The Colorado Energy Office, Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment partnered on a study to better understand the existing medium and heavy-duty fleet in Colorado as well as the opportunities and challenges associated with a transition to a zero emission vehicle fleet. The Colorado Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Study and ongoing stakeholder engagement will provide input to the Colorado Clean Truck Strategy. Visit CDOT's Clean Truck Strategy webpage for more information on how to participate.
Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition
The Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition (CEVC) is a stakeholder group consisting of utilities, industry, auto manufacturers and dealers, trade groups, government, nonprofits, academia, research and other industry advocates. The CEVC facilitates information sharing, collaboration and networking among stakeholders to support Colorado’s vehicle electrification goals and contributes to the development of state policy, studies and standards.
This umbrella coalition meets every two months and has subgroups that meet periodically including Policy, Beneficial Electrification, EV Equity, Transit, Marketing and Outreach, Micromobility, School Buses, Battery Recycling and Retail Charging. The CEVC and its subgroups provided input for both the 2018 and 2020 Colorado Electric Vehicle Plans.
- CEVC Membership: If you are actively working in the Colorado EV industry and interested in joining the CEVC, fill out and submit this form.
- CEVC Observer Membership: If you are a member of the general public and would like to observe CEVC meetings, fill out and submit this form.
- Upcoming CEVC Meetings:
Presentations from past CEVC meetings can be found here.