Clean Air Fleets

Clean Air Fleets (CAF) is a regional public-private initiative of the Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) to help on- and off-road diesel operators voluntarily reduce diesel emissions while saving money. CAF identifies opportunities and leverages funds from a variety of sources to implement effective programs that meet the specific needs of fleets in the Denver metro region. CAF, started in 2003, provides information on, and funding for, retrofit technologies and advances in diesel emissions mitigation. Staff promotes awareness of current diesel issues through workshops and fleets visits. Funding opportunities available through CAF can be found on this website. 

Clean Air Fleets

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Charge Ahead Colorado to Showcase Electric Vehicles at the Denver Auto Show

Charge Ahead Colorado to Showcase Electric Vehicles at the Denver Auto Show

Charge Ahead Colorado will showcase electric vehicles at the Denver Auto Show April 9-13. Come see what electric vehicles are all about!

  • Learn about the economic and environmental benefits of electric vehicles
  • Get informed about financial incentives and station and at-home charging options
  • Map charging station locations near home, workplace or travel routes
  • See first-hand some of the most popular electric vehicle models available

Click here for tickets and more information about the Denver Auto Show.

Charge Ahead Colorado Opens Grant Application

The Charge Ahead Colorado Grant Application for electric vehicle (EV) and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) funding is now open. Please note that funding is currently only available to applicants within the seven county Denver metro area (Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson counties). 

The next deadline to apply is Thursday, May 1, 2014 at 5:00 PM MST.

To learn more about the Charge Ahead Colorado Program and to access the application and a summary of funding amounts, criteria, eligibility and how to apply, please click here.

Photo credit: Ambur Cole Photography