Pre-Bid Meeting on January 12 for this Fourth Round
The Colorado Energy Office is again emphasizing compressed natural gas vehicle fueling infrastructure as it prepares for a fourth round of project funding.
“After making 15 awards within three funding rounds, CEO has available funding to award 10 to 15 additional publicly accessible, fast-fill CNG stations between now and the end of 2017,” transportation program manager Wes Maurer told F&F.
The Colorado Energy Office works with RAQC, Colorado’s Regional Air Quality Council and the Colorado Department of Transportation on the Alt Fuels Colorado grant program. Grants of up to $500,000 (capped at 80% of total station equipment costs) are available for CNG fueling infrastructure and optional, co-located electric vehicle charging and propane fueling equipment.
Bids Due February 2
CEO has slated a pre-bid meeting at its office in Denver for this coming Monday, January 12. Maurer will accept written questions until January 17, the answers to which will be posted on the CEO website by January 20.
Bid are due on the morning of Tuesday, February 2.
An announcement for funding natural gas and other clean vehicles in Colorado is expected during the first week of February.
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Source: Colorado Energy Office with Fleets & Fuels follow-up