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  • State of CO CNG Incentives

    If anyone is CO we have some great CNG Incentives.

    Can be combined with the fed incentives and carried foward if needed.

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    Re: 2008 civic GX in Colorado

    I just received my 2008 civic GX three weeks ago after waiting for 6 months.
    However, it was worth the wait. I had a phil installed in my garage, whcih combined with the civic GX makes a great combination, especially here in Colorado. We have about 10 commercail refueling stations with Amoco building two news ones next year.

    Just love the civic and being able to refule in my garage. What a great car.


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      Re: State of CO CNG Incentives


      I live in Colorado and received my GX last week. Fuelmaker/Phill has a backlog for about two months. I want to get Phill installed, who did you use to hookup your 240V electrical requirement.


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        Re: State of CO CNG Incentives

        The gas connection installed my Philmaaker unit (303 466 4206) They are loacted in Broomfield, but the have a representative in Castle Rock. They have installed mayn phil units and my experience with them was excellent


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          Colorado Approves Bill to Allow More Fueling Stations

          Press Release April 26, 2012

          The Colorado State Senate today approved a bill aimed at making it easier to set up refueling and recharging stations for natural gas and electric vehicles. The new law will make it easier for retail, fleet and community venues to provide spots for electric and compressed-natural gas vehicles to fuel up.

          “The Colorado Cleantech Industry Association believes this legislation will serve the interests of the State of Colorado by increasing the use of domestic energy sources, and helping to provide Coloradans with energy choices for their transportation needs,” said CCIA Executive Director Christine Shapard. “Most importantly, it fosters economic development by taking away unnecessary red tape and uncertainty when a retail business installs an electric vehicle charging station or natural gas fueling pump.”

          House Bill 1258 was designed to encourage market development of electric and natural gas vehicles and the associated charging and fueling infrastructure in Colorado. HB 1258, titled “Concerning Regulation of Public Utilities in Terms of Alternative Fuel Vehicles,” will allow electric vehicle charging and fueling infrastructure in Colorado by allowing electric vehicle charging stations, natural gas (CNG/LNG) and propane to be sold for alternative fuel vehicles without being regulated by the state Public Utility Commission. This bill places these alternative fuels on par with gasoline and diesel in a competitive marketplace.

          The bill was sponsored by Senator Cheri Jahn, D-Wheat Ridge and Representative Brian DelGrosso R-Loveland. It was supported by the Governor’s Energy Office and Xcel Energy.
          “CCIA appreciates the bipartisan support from the Colorado General Assembly to pass House Bill 1258 that sets the stage to allow expansion of electric and natural gas charging and fueling infrastructure in the state,” said Shapard. “Bringing down regulatory barriers for business development in the cleantech space meets Governor Hickenlooper’s mission of making it easier to do business in Colorado, and it puts the state on the radar of the vehicle manufacturing industry which is also important.”