Explore the newly authorized grants and funding opportunities that support CEO’s mission to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and consumer energy costs by advancing clean energy, energy efficiency, and zero emission vehicles to benefit all Coloradans.

Funding opportunities are available for the public sector (including schools and local governments), the private sector, and public-private partnerships.

Grant ProgramDescription
Clean Air Program (CAP)Financial assistance for the implementation of voluntary industrial and manufacturing air pollutant emission reduction projects in Colorado
Public Building Electrification ProgramProvide public buildings with funding to explore and implement building system electrification measures and infrastructure upgrades
High Efficiency Electric Heating & Appliances (HEEHA) ProgramSupport community efforts to switch to high efficiency electric heat & appliances.
Geothermal Energy ProgramSupport the use of zero-emission, geothermal energy for electricity generation and space/water heating and cooling in homes, businesses, and communities
Cannabis Resource Optimization Program (CROP)Provide eligible cannabis cultivation businesses with no-cost technical resource use and renewable energy assessments to identify cost-effective resource management opportunities
Microgrids for Community Resilience ProgramBuild community resilience regarding electric grid disruptions through funding for the development of microgrids

Charge Ahead Colorado

Charge Ahead Colorado provides grant funding to businesses, multifamily housing, and public entities for community-based Level 2 and DC fast-charging (DCFC) electric vehicle charging stations. The objectives of Charge Ahead Colorado are to improve air quality, reduce transportation emissions and increase adoption of electric vehicles across Colorado. Learn more


EV Fast Charging Corridors

Developed in partnership with ChargePoint and site hosts, such as local governments, utilities and private companies, the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) fast-charging electric vehicle corridors project comprises high-speed charging stations to be installed at 34 locations across the state. Learn more


EV Fast Charging Plazas

The EV Fast Charging Plazas program is designed to increase access to high-speed charging across the State of Colorado through funding opportunities for large banks of fast chargers. Proposed locations must take into account proximity of existing and planned DCFC locations and the potential for high utilization. Learn more