Charge at Home. Charge at Work.

Electrifying Transportation

Charge at Home.

Charge faster at home with a level 2 charging station

Charge at Work.

Workplace charging as a benefit to your employees

Community Charging

Building a network of charging with community partners


Electrifying transportation  

Our mission is to accelerate the electrification of transportation. Our EV programs aim to meet a broad range of member needs; from ensuring cost-effective home and work place charging, to reducing range anxiety through a localized network of fast chargers, to meeting the mass transit needs of our members and local community partners.

Resources for members and contractors

From installation to activation get the resources you need to charge ahead

Charger rebates for residential members

Charge at Home now works with Level 2 EV chargers from five different manufacturers. Simply choose an approved charger that best suits your needs, join the HCE Network on your home charging app, and we’ll reimburse you for the entire cost of the charger up to $549.

Drive on sunshine. Drive on wind.

Charge your EV when renewables are at their peak and electricity is cheap. The best time to charge your EV is between 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., and from 11 p.m. – 5 a.m. Today’s smart chargers make it easy to remember when to plugin by allowing you to schedule your charging sessions.

Federal tax credit on EV charging equipment

You may be eligible for a Federal tax credit for installation of an electric vehicle charger.

Why drive electric?

The most fuel-efficient vehicles on the road today are plugged in, not gassed up. Even with low gas prices, it costs less than half as much to travel the same distance in an EV than a gas-powered vehicle.  Want more details? Check out the eGallon tool.

The Case for Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicles are taking over. A short video by Joel Dyar, filmed at the Experience Electric Road Show event hosted by CLEER and Western Colorado Alliance

Charging your EV

The time it takes to fully charge your EV is based on level, or speed, of charging.

is through a 120-volt outlet, the standard household size. This level requires about eight hours to provide 40 miles of range.

takes 240-volt service and is the most commonly used home charging system. It can deliver a charge of 10 to 60 miles of range per hour.

typically used for public stations — is very fast, providing a charge of up to 100 miles in 20 minutes.

Fuel calculator resources

Electric Drive Cost Calculator

Calculate annual fuel cost and greenhouse gas emissions for hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Electric Drive Cost Calculator.

eGallon Calculator

Compare the costs of driving with electricity and find out how much it costs to fuel an electric vehicle in your state with the U.S. Department of Energy’s eGallon Calculator.

Renewable energy

Our Renewable Energy Purchase Program is an easy and affordable way to power your home or business with Colorado produced solar, wind and hydro power.

Community Solar

Get the benefits of solar ownership without the research, construction and maintenance of a stand-alone system.