DENVER – Electrical automobiles have gotten more and more widespread on Colorado roads however some elements of the state are adopting the know-how quicker than others.
Based on a report from the Nationwide Renewable Power Laboratory, there have been about eight,600 mild-obligation plug-in electrical automobiles in Colorado as of the top of 2016 and 1,600 of these have been in Boulder County. Denver and Jefferson counties had the second-largest share at 1,one hundred every.
Right here’s how the opposite counties stack up:
- Boulder: 1,600
- Denver: 1,one hundred
- Jefferson: 1,one hundred
- Arapahoe: 1,000
- Douglas: 800
- Larimer: seven hundred
- El Paso: seven hundred
- Adams: 500
- Weld: 300
- Broomfield: 200
The map under exhibits how electrical automobiles are distributed across the Denver metro space by zip code:
Picture: Nationwide Renewable Power Laboratory
NREL additionally discovered that the three hottest plug-in electrical automotive fashions – the Nissan Leaf (31 %), Chevrolet Volt (25 %) and Tesla Mannequin S (15 %) account for seventy one % of all plug-in automobiles in Colorado.
The report was a joint effort between NREL, the Regional Air High quality Council and the Colorado Division of Transportation with a purpose to perceive the demand and future wants for electrical car infrastructure.
Learn your complete report at nrel.gov.