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
We are pleased to share the launch of the Fall 2021 term of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program (CCUWDP). This fall, CCUWDP is offering 50 workforce development program positions across the nation and applications are...
2020 ANNUAL REPORT Earlier this year, Drive Clean Colorado (formerly Denver Metro Clean Cities) conducted our Annual Report. We surveyed our stakeholders to measure the amount of petroleum displaced through the use of alternative fuels and petroleum reduction...
The Colorado School of Mines Rover was unveiled on August 11, 2021. This exciting new mode of transport, based in Golden, Colorado, is fully electric, autonomous, and free to the public. The Drive Clean Colorado Team attended the public reveal of the Rover alongside...
Drive Electric Colorado Program Available To Increase Electric Vehicle Adoption The initiative assists consumers through the EV lifecycle [DENVER, CO] – Drive Electric Colorado, along with its partners across the state, announces updated resources that provide...
DRIVE CLEAN COLORADO ANNOUNCES TWO NEW BOARD MEMBERS New members join the current Board of Directors leading the new era of Drive Clean Colorado [DENVER, CO] – Drive Clean Colorado announced today two new board members, Matt Goble and Jessie Lund, bringing the...
Equity and environmental justice are critical factors to consider when doing any type of community planning, and the transportation sector is no exception. Erin Nobler and Patricia Romero-Lankao from the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) recently published a paper...
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