Private companies are already making major investments in EV charging. But should monopoly utilities, like Xcel, support them or build their own?
As federal and state incentives kick in, industry experts fear there aren’t enough skilled electricians to help meet the demand for EV chargers and heat pumps
Local communities must adopt the codes for new construction, while builders worry about cost increases.
Clean electrification mandates for big trucks come at a big cost, and new grants can defray company expenses
Adam Michael Fresquez, a father of two young children, died in the May 3 shooting at a Tesla charging station in Edgewater
Debate at the legislature and at a new state energy codes board pits consumer needs against keeping housing more affordable.
Overall car market is down, but the state is adopting cleaner electrics and hybrids at a pace that makes state leaders happy
Utilities and state grants take on “range anxiety” with a technology innovation bringing rapid charging equity to far-flung locations
Gas prices neared $5 a gallon in June 2022, according to AAA Colorado, so it’s time for a detailed breakdown of what it would cost the average person to run an electric vehicle for a year compared to a traditional car at sky-high fuel prices. With help from Matt Frommer, a transportation analyst and spreadsheet […]
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis on Tuesday evening vetoed a bill that would have forced developers of new large commercial and multifamily residential buildings to set aside a portion of parking spaces to serve as electric vehicle charging stations. “I fully understand that with current technology, installing EV charging up front can be less expensive over […]