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NatureConservancy CO Aug 19
Last week, Colorado became the 11th Zero Emission Vehicle Program state. The Air Quality Control commission voted 8-1 to adopt the standard and accelerate our state's clean transporation future! Learn more ➡️
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Julie C. Johnson Aug 16
Pumped that I got to help petition to get new standard passed! Go !!
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Environment Colorado Aug 16
BREAKING: The Colorado Air Quality Control Commission voted 8-1 to implement the Zero-Emissions Vehicle Standards, which will bring more to our state! A big victory for our air and climate: will cut 3.2 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions.
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Gareth Alston Aug 18
Small firms are buying up old Nissan and Tesla parts and bolting them into Ferraris, Porsches and BMWs - making them cleaner, easier to maintain and quicker 🚘🔌
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Drive Electric NoCo 20h
Colorado has become the 11th State!
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Transport Canada 22h
We update the list of eligible for the federal iZEV program on a regular basis. Check it out:
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Travis Madsen Aug 14
Getting off to a good start at the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission hearing on the Clean Cars Program today!
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AFP Colorado Aug 19
"In its haste to rush these policies through, the state failed in its duty to thoroughly and objectively analyze potential future impacts, overselling purported benefits while ignoring many potential costs."
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URBAN-X Aug 16
Colorado may be the 10th state to adopt California's policy. This is one way states can take control of their air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. via .
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AutoJosh NG Aug 19
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ConservationColorado Aug 15
More from Tuesday's hearing: Commerce City Councilman Steve Douglas testified that Colorado should lead the charge toward
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Adair Andre Aug 15
Next best thing after biking: electric cars. Excited for the vote...for more electric options in Colorado, cleaner air, and most importantly to fulfill my dream that the first car I buy has no tailpipe.
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Danny Katz Aug 16
Victory! Colorado adopts Zero Emission Vehicle program. More means fewer tailpipe emissions & a speedier transition to clean transportation. 1st Exec Order called for . Thousands backed his call. Thanks!
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Consumer Reports Advocacy Aug 14
Replying to @CRAdvocacy
More choices, less pollution. What's not to 💚? Chris Bata from Denver, CO: "By adopting the CO policy, I and other Coloradans will have more choices when it comes to electric vehicles and hybrid plug-ins."
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Tyson Eckerle Aug 16
We have another state! Great move Colorado!
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AFP Colorado Aug 19
"Adoption of California vehicle rules could cumulatively add between $1,500 and $3,000 to the cost of a new vehicle by 2025."
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Sam Gilchrist Aug 15
Colorado revs toward an electric car future, compelled by climate change and air pollution via
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ConservationColorado Aug 19
Public support for is overwhelming. The AQCC showed they listen through their 8-1 vote for a standard!
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Thomas J Thias / Clean Energy Retort™ 517-749-0532 Aug 19
Replying to @EVsInThePark
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