DCFC Plazas Program
Colorado Energy Office (CEO)
The Colorado Energy Office’s (CEO) Direct Current Fast-Charging (DCFC) Plazas program, developed in partnership with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), is designed to increase access to high-speed charging in communities and along highway corridors across Colorado. The DCFC Plazas program is funded through the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program and the Community Access Enterprise (CAE). For more information on Colorado’s investment plan, please see Colorado’s NEVI Plan and the CAE’s Ten-Year Plan. Funding will be available for corridor and community-based projects in all parts of the state.
Proposed DCFC locations must take into account proximity of existing and planned DCFC locations. This will result in the strategic deployment of high-speed charging infrastructure to accommodate drivers without regular access to home or workplace charging and drivers who are in need of quick, convenient charging while traveling throughout Colorado.
DCFC projects located in communities and along both federally-designated Alternative Fuel Corridors and other corridors are eligible for funding.
Total Amount Available:
December 15, 2023
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