In 2015, The Town of Frederick won a Charge Ahead Colorado grant to install to electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) charging stations in town. These new stations will allow battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles to power up. Click the green circles on the map below for their addresses.
The Charge Ahead Colorado program is a partnership between the Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) and the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) to improve air quality and encourage deployment of electric vehicles across the state of Colorado by providing financial support for electric vehicles and EVSE.
“Frederick’s electric charging stations are directly contributing to the upward trend of innovation in the diversity of transportation fuels in Colorado,” says Wes Maurer, transportation program manager at the Colorado Energy Office. “Over the past couple of years, Colorado has gone from 79 publicly available charging stations in 2013 to now nearly 250 statewide.”
For more information about the benefits of electric transportation in Colorado, check out www.RefuelColorado.com.