Colorado wants to get almost a million electric vehicles (EVs) on its roads in the next two decades, and the state is tackling that on several fronts. Through initiatives and programs like Charge Ahead Colorado, DCFC Corridors and DCFC Plazas, the state is facilitating rapid development of EV charging infrastructure.

At Global Transmission‘s recent virtual conference on EV Charging Infrastructure 2020, Colorado Energy Office’s Senior Director, Christian Williss elaborated the state’s plans and programs to ramp up EV charging infrastructure, highlighted the status report on the progress made so far and discussed the Initiatives to address the challenges involved. Given below his presentation shared at the conference.