The EPA’s final rule also could impact Colorado’s zero-emissions mandate
Opinion: Colorado’s climate future is now. Let’s confront the challenges and seize the opportunities.By Will Toor Opinion
Colorado to challenge Trump administration decision ending states’ waiver for stricter vehicle-emissionsBy Jesse Paul Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado's adoption of ZEV rule means more electric vehicles will be on sale in the state. Commissioner Tom Gonzales voting against the rule.
The auto dealers sued to block the policy, but failed to convince a judge that lower-emission vehicles will cause “economic injury” to their industry
Automakers hoped they could convince Colorado not to adopt controversial zero-emission vehicle standards by volunteering to make more electric-vehicle models available in the state
If Colorado becomes a Zero Emission Vehicle state, automakers must make 5% of their inventory electric vehicles by 2023. Automakers, however, offered an alternate EV plan
The report also said pollution will probably begin to decline because of tougher state and federal rules for vehicle emissions, planned retirements of coal-fired power plants and other steps
Colorado is a top electric vehicle state without a mandate. So why can’t locals buy most of the EVs for sale?
As Colorado considers adopting a zero-emissions vehicle mandate, some electric SUVs, crossovers and pickups are coming soon
The state adopted the rule to help clean up the air quality and save on fuel, but it adds extra cost to new cars starting in 2022
More electric vehicles will likely be available in Colorado after a new executive order from Gov. Polis
The move puts Colorado on a path to be aligned with California’s zero-emission vehicles standards. The auto industry immediately pushed back
Colorado’s new attorney general plans legal action against Trump administration over health care, citizenship question
Phil Weiser says “there is going to be an ongoing opportunity for us to join a range of lawsuits that are protecting our Colorado way of life (and) our population and standing up for the rule of law.”