Heard through the grapevine that Tesla executives were extremely impressed with our activism on HB19-1298. Thank you!
Ready for your next order of EV political activism? Your written and oral comments are needed for the ZEV (Zero Emissions Vehicles) mandate hearing. Written comments here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeDJzD8_y6pI4D4NYRnR3vQ14P1auWsnbTTwxvOiTB9zc7usQ/viewform
You may also email your comments here: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are up for public comment on why you support more ZEV on Colorado roads you can show up Friday May 10 at 9 am here: Colorado Department of Public Health and environment, 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, Denver 80246.
More on the ZEV mandate:
Read this for a basic run-down by Union of Concerned Scientists: https://www.ucsusa.org/clean-vehicles/california-and-western-states/what-is-zev?fbclid=IwAR1tf2Cus7UzrPRTRTE29u6ROSoDuYMZqZpSa6uOf1EOci5NzGbLIbyOLBo
On June 19, 2018, Governor Hickenlooper signed Executive Order B 2018 006, Maintaining Progress on Clean Vehicles. It directs the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) to consider a proposed rule adopting a California Low Emission Vehicle (LEV) Standard.
This executive order did not direct CDPHE to propose a Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program, or to mandate the sale of electric vehicles. There was extensive public comment, however, in support of Zero Emission Vehicles at the August 16, 2018, meeting of the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission.
The AQCC requested that a proposed rule be presented in December for its consideration and a future public rulemaking hearing. If adopted, such a Proposed Rule would mandate an increasing percentage of all light-and-medium-duty motor vehicles sold in Colorado to be Zero Emission Vehicles.
If you do not want to use this form, you may submit a comment to email@example.com.
The Colorado Air Quality Control Commission appreciates your interest in their consideration of a Zero Emission Vehicle Mandate for Colorado. Please note that comments received prior to the official notice of rulemaking (TBD) will be considered as "general public comment" and will not be included in the hearing record. In order to be included in the record, comments must be submitted during the noticed public comment period.