Northern Colorado Clean Cities is fortunate to have access to many tools and resources that help us help you. From online calculators to grant application coaching, we want to make the transition to alternative fuels as easy as possible for you.
Find and Compare Cars
Miles Per Gallon Tool
Hybrid and Electric Cars
Fuel Economy Tips
Alt. Fuel Tax Credit
Multiple tax credits exist to finance the purchase of Electric Vehicles, including a federal tax credit and a Colorado state tax credit. For Light Duty Vehicle tax incentives, your local ReCharge Colorado coach can assist you in determining what tax credits applies to your fleet. The credit amount will vary based on the capacity of the battery used to power the vehicle. State and/or local incentives may also apply. Here you can find the list of qualified EVs.
Vehicles powered exclusively by electricity are exempt from state motor vehicle emissions inspections. For more information, see the Air Care Colorado website. (Reference 1 Code of Colorado Regulations 204-11 Rule 2)
DISCLAIMER: Please consult a tax professional, Federal Internal Revenue Service, and CO Department of Revenue for actual figures.
Videos and Webinars
Transportation is currently the second largest source of GHG emissions in the state-and as Colorado’s electricity sector decarbonizes, transportation will become the greatest contributor of harmful, climate-altering pollution. Colorado is uniquely positioned to lead the transition to cleaner transportation options that will benefit the state for years to come.
Alternative Fuel Data Center Website
U.S. DOE Clean Cities Program
U.S. Energy Information Administration
EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculators
The AFDC website has extensive tools regarding all types of alternative fuels. Learn about the pros and cons of each type of alt. fuel, locate alt. fuel stations all over the nation, fleet application, laws and incentives, vehicle cost calculators, and much more.
Connect with our national network of local coalitions and stakeholders working to implement alternative fuels, advanced vehicles, and fuel-saving strategies.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) published annual data about fuel use and the number of vehicles in inventory for four types of alternative fuel vehicle (AFV) fleets: federal government, state governments, transit agencies, and fuel providers.
EPA gas mileage, safety, air pollution, and greenhouse gas estimates for new and used cars and trucks. Improve the MPG of your vehicle with our gas mileage tips.
Did you ever wonder what reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 1 million metric tons means in every day terms? the greenhouse gas equivalencies calculator can help you understand just that, translating abstract measurements into concrete terms you can understand, such as the annual emissions from cars, households, or power plants.