Southern Colorado Clean Cities

The Southern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition (SC4) is a neutral consult for organizations wanting to learn more about alternative fuels and petroleum reduction strategies for their vehicle fleets. Since 1994, the SC4 has been working locally to displace petroleum in the transportation sector in order to increase our energy security, support our domestic economy, and improve air quality for the benefit of public health and the environment. The SC4 highlights the connection between vehicle emissions and public health:

Clean Fuels. Clean Air. Clean Lungs. Clean Cities


Clean Cities Member admission and expo booth are FREE.

To Book an Expo Booth or RSVP Click Here.

What: Alternative Fuels Program Kick-off & Stakeholder Meeting + Ride & Drive & Expo

Where: Lincoln College of Technology 11194 E 45th Ave. Denver, CO 80239

When: Thursday, February 9 9:00am – 1:30pm

*Food and refreshments will be provided*

If you are interested in sponsoring this event please contact Kyle at



ALT Fuels Colorado Infrastructure Funding Opportunity Rolling Bid Period: Now Open!

  • Funding available for 80% of the equipment cost associated with compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations, up to $500,000.
  • The grant will also fund propane and DC fast charging stations, up to $50,000, if they are co-located at an awarded CNG station.
  • Upgrades to existing CNG fueling stations are now eligible for grant funding and will be subject to the same review and scoring process as proposals for new CNG fueling stations.
  • Application materials are located here.
  • Contact: Wes Maurer,
  • Deadline: January 31, 2017

FAST Act, Alternative Fuel Corridor Designations Announced

The Federal Highway Administration announced the establishment of a national alternative fuel and charging infrastructure highway corridor network.  FHWA intends to support the expansion of this national network through a process that:

  • provides the initial opportunity for a formal corridor designation now and in the future on a rolling basis, without a cap on the number of corridors;
  • ensures that corridor designations are selected based on criteria that promote the “build out” of a national network;
  • develops national signage and branding to help catalyze applicant and public interest;
  • encourages multi-state and regional cooperation and collaboration; and,
  • brings together a consortium of stakeholders including state agencies, utilities, alternative fuel providers, and car manufacturers to promote and advance alternative fuel corridor designations in conjunction with the Department of Energy.
  • Maps, resources, and information can be found here

Get recognized for your Workplace Charging Initiatives!

The SC4 is teaming up with the DOE’s EV Everywhere Workplace Charging Challenge and the CEO and RAQC’s EV Wired Workplaces to make sure you get the recognition you deserve for your workplace charging. If you are considering workplace charging or already have it please let us know at We can discuss and assist you with this excited opportunity!


DOE Vehicle Technologies Office: Notice of Intent

The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) intends to issue, on behalf of the Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO), TWO Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOA) entitled “FY 2017 Vehicle Technologies Program Wide Funding Opportunity Announcement” and “FY 2017 Vehicle Technologies Deployment Funding Opportunity Announcement”.

This notice is issued so that interested parties are aware of the EERE’s intention to issue a FOA in the near term. All of the information contained in these notices are subject to change.