Xcel Wants To Invest $102 Million Into Colorado’s Electric Vehicle Future
Family physician Dr. Adam Carewe takes advantage of a free charger station for his electric vehicle at Kaiser's Lone Tree office. (John Daley/CPR News)

Xcel Wants To Invest $102 Million Into Colorado’s Electric Vehicle Future

CPR News | By Grace Hood | May 18, 2020

Colorado got its first glimpse of how the state’s largest utility plans to gear up to help meet the state’s goal of having hundreds of thousands more electric vehicles on the road by 2030

Xcel Energy’s Transportation Electrification Plan proposes 20 new programs to install charging infrastructure across homes, apartment buildings and office buildings, as well as for vehicle pools owned by companies. It also features a program aimed at electrifying school buses, plus efforts aimed at lowering the upfront costs of charging infrastructure for low-income customers.

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