Between 2014 and 2020, The State of Colorado has pledged approximately $15 million in funding available for the installation charging stations in Colorado - expanding the network and supporting the growth of the EV industry.
If you want to explore electric vehicle charging, but don’t have the time or knowledge to know where to start with the grant application process, give us a call. Women Who Charge is a network of experts in the industry with experience in grant applications. In addition to saving you time gathering the data and requesting bids from multiple manufactures, your application is more likely to be granted.
Do you own or operate a non profit or a community based organization with a parking lot that you would like to have EV charging stations installed on, but the cost of the station is prohibitive?
We typically recommend Level 2 chargers for community based charging in urban environments.
Your organization may be eligible for charging station funding assistance from a variety of sources. The first step is to complete to hire a team such as ours to help you complete a "Pregame-like" site assessment.
Our consulting services include:
Contact us for assistance with your Community Accelerated Mobility Project (CAMP) Grant application. We offer consulting services to help complete your grant application to install level 2 charging stations.
Are you a member of an HOA in Colorado or do you operate a business with a parking lot that you would like to have an EV charging station installed, but the cost of the station is prohibitive?
Apartment and condominium complexes as well as businesses that own multi-vehicle parking facilities for private business fleets, public or guest and visitor parking arrangements are also eligible for charging station funding.
Contact us if you are seeking assistance with your Charge Ahead Electric Vehicle Grant application. We offer consulting services to help complete your grant application.
Colorado workplaces are highly encouraged to apply for the Charge Ahead Colorado Charging Station Grant. According to research by the Department of Energy, workplace charging is often a determining factor in an individual's choice to purchase an electric vehicle. Workplace charging is also one of the strongest ways to ensure equitable access to EV charging.
It is our understanding that applicants should indicate their interest in hosting a "ride and drive" or a variety of EV workshop for their employees on their application.
For more tips like these or for a third party review of your grant application contact us.
ZoZo Group handled site selection, budgeting and demographic research to build a proposal for the City of Denver for a new brand of charging stations.