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
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Drive Clean Colorado and Xcel Energy Announce Working Agreement The organizations will work to increase electric vehicle and charging education statewide Drive Clean Colorado and Xcel Energy today announced a new working agreement to support both organizations’...
DENVER METRO CLEAN CITIES COALITION ANNOUNCES NAME CHANGE TO DRIVE CLEAN COLORADO New name reflects the organization’s restructure to offer programs to the entire state of Colorado. [DENVER, CO] – Effective today, July 20, 2021, Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition,...
In May Drive Electric Colorado, a Denver Clean Cities Coalition program, partnered with Lyft to hold an educational session with Denver Lyft Flex Drive Program drivers. The Flex Drive Program allows drivers to rent cars from Lyft, including electric vehicles (Kia...
The Colorado Hydrogen Fleet Working Group met for the first time on May 26 to kick off the effort to engage Colorado businesses and municipalities in opportunities to develop fuel cell transportation fleets and encourage the transition to hydrogen power. The Hydrogen...
DMCC is encouraged to see the Sustainability of the Transportation System bill that just passed in the Colorado legislature. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit operating in Colorado, we do not lobby or attempt to influence legislation. We focus on education of our stakeholders...
Dear Stakeholders, You may have seen the new International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) report━Colorado charging infrastructure needs to reach electric vehicle goals━ that analyzes the number, type, distribution and cost of chargers needed to meet Colorado’s...
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