Applications Due to Regional Air Quality Council on July 7
Colorado’s Regional Air Quality Council has opened the Alt Fuels Colorado vehicle grant application program to support the acquisition or lease of alternative fuel vehicles in the state’s nonattainment areas, effectively the region of Denver.
RAQC will pay up to 80% of the incremental cost of an AFV – up to $35,000 for a heavy duty vehicle operated by a public fleet. The agency has $9 million for public fleets and $5.5 million for private fleets.
Eligible AFVs include Class 2-8 OEM compressed natural gas vehicles, propane autogas vehicles, electric vehicles and CNG-gasoline bi-fuel vehicles.
Questions Answered Until June 23
Eligible areas include Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson, as well as parts of Larimer, Weld, El Paso, and Teller counties.
RAQC will take questions on the latest funding round until June 23. Applications are due July 7.
Alt Fuels Colorado is a partnership between RAQC, the Colorado Energy Office, the Colorado Department of Transportation, and the Department of Local Affairs.
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Source: Alt Fuels Colorado with Fleets & Fuels follow-up