By JUDITH KOHLER | The Denver Post | February 5, 2019
Advocates of getting more electric vehicles on Colorado roads say the effort could gain even more traction if Xcel Energy and other utilities take on a larger role, and it appears that could happen.
Xcel Energy officials indicated during a public meeting last week with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission that they will likely file a case this year on rates for public, fast-charging stations and for stations handling vehicle fleets. Another potential case would address providing part of the infrastructure for charging stations.
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