About Us

Project FEVER (Fostering Electric Vehicle Expansion in the Rockies) will create a readiness and implementation plan to increase electric vehicle (EV) and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) adoption across the state of Colorado.  Through a collaborative research and analysis process, the project will identify market barriers to EV penetration and develop strategies to overcome these barriers in the transportation and utility sectors.

The Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition, a program administered by the American Lung Association in Colorado, manages Project FEVER as part of their efforts to reduce petroleum consumption in the transportation sector.  Project FEVER is funded by a year-long Department of Energy (DOE) grant – one of 16 DOE grants awarded in 2011 to foster EV expansion throughout the U.S.

 

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Partners

Non-profits
Environmental Defense Fund
Colorado Cleantech Industry Association
Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
School of MINES
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Western Resource Advocates
eGo Car Share
Environment Colorado
Colorado Environmental Coalition

Federal Agencies
Department of Energy
EPA Region 8
National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Municipal government / transit agencies
Boulder County Land Use Department
Boulder County Transportation Department
City of Evans
City and County of Denver
City of Aurora
City of Boulder
City of Brighton
City of Colorado Springs
City of Englewood
City of Greeley
City of Lakewood
City of Longmont
City of Loveland
Commerce City
Denver Public Works – Policy and Planning
Denver Regional Council of Governments
El Paso County
Fort Lupton
Grand Junction
Logan County
Routt County
Town of Berthoud
Town of Carbondale
Town of Estes Park
Town of New Castle
Town of Rifle
Town of Superior
Town of Timnath