Alternative Fuel Corridor Development

We are proud to be a part of many projects that aim to advance our corridor development across the intermountain west and beyond. We envision a future where all fuel types can travel across the country without worry of fueling stations or limitations. The below projects will help us achieve these goals and establish long lasting partnerships.

Do you have a location that would benefit from a charging station, or do you want to learn more? Email us for more information!

Clean Cities Alternative Fuel Corridor Development

NCCC is apart of the Clean Cities Alternative Fuel corridor development project to advance corridor development. We organize and facilitate alternative fuel infrastructure planning activities, alternative fuel corridor development (including support of the FAST Act Section 1413, Alternative Fuel Corridor Designation initiative activities), research and preparation of alternative fueling readiness plans, and planning for future fueling infrastructure development where current corridor gaps exist.

REV West

In October 2017, the Governors of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a Regional Electric Vehicle Plan for the West (“REV West Plan”). Under the REV West Plan, the Signatory States are working together to create an interconnected Intermountain West Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor that will make it possible to seamlessly drive an EV across the western states’ major transportation corridors. Photo Credit: Moffat County Tourism Association


In partnership with Utah Clean Cities and NASEO, and our 8 State partnerships, this project aims to remove barriers to enable private station development, identify key infrastructure gaps and develop solutions to deploy charging stations in rural regions required to complete corridors, and develop replicable tools to encourage consumer awareness around EV options and benefits.

Scenic Byways

Scenic byways are an integral part of traveling, especially in Colorado! Within our corridor projects, we make sure to advance these infrastructure technologies along scenic byways to not only preserve the byways but to enable all fuel vehicles to enjoy their beauty. Check out the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Electric Byways toolkit or reach out to us to learn more.