WHO WE ARE
Drive Clean Colorado (formerly Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition), founded in 1993, is a non-profit coalition of diverse stakeholders – fleets, cities, school districts, manufacturers, state and federal agencies, and other industry leaders.
WHAT WE DO
Learn more about the programs that are moving Colorado’s fleets toward a cleaner future.
The most up-to-date resources for information and funding opportunities.
Learn more about our Drive Electric Colorado program for EV awareness and education
In the news
Department of Energy Awards $200,000 for Small Business Research and Development to Rolling Energy Resources in partnership with Drive Clean Colorado and The City of Colorado Springs
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 22, 2022 Contact: Amber King, Drive Clean Colorado email@example.com | 785-543-7082 Department of Energy Awards $200,000 for Small Business Research and Development to Rolling Energy Resources in partnership with Drive Clean...
We are thrilled to highlight our partnership with Black Hills Energy, a utility company that prioritizes their customers and sustainability. We spoke with Erik Lundeen, Electric Vehicle Program Manager, and Theresa Donnelly, Senior Communications Manager, at Black...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 7, 2022 Contact: Amber King, Drive Clean Colorado firstname.lastname@example.org | 785-543-7082 Drive Electric Colorado Launches New Website The user-friendly site helps Coloradoans navigate the transition to electric vehicles [DENVER, CO] –...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 6, 2022 Contact:Amber King, Drive Clean Coloradoamber@drivecleanco.org | 785-543-7082 Colorado Communities Join Forces with Drive Clean Colorado The partnerships reflect communities’ growing interest in alternative fuel transportation...
The U.S. EPA Clean School Bus Rebate Program is Now Open and Accepting Applications! Our team at Drive Clean Colorado is here to assist you throughout the application process from answering questions to providing resources. Keep reading to learn more about the program...
Join Our Team!We are pleased to share the launch of the Summer 2022 term of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program (CCUWDP). This is a wonderful opportunity for students looking to gain experience in the energy and...
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