2020 In Review

January 14, 2021

2020 was quite a year. Despite the uncer­tain­ties and adjust­ment to vir­tu­al life we had some great suc­cess­es, all of which we couldn't have accom­plished with­out the sup­port of our community.

In response to the pan­dem­ic we ramped up our online pres­ence with 33 vir­tu­al meet­ings cov­er­ing a wide vari­ety of top­ics. In addi­tion, our hard­work­ing team put in over 8,000 hours of work toward sus­tain­able trans­porta­tion! As a result of our efforts, 25 new elec­tric vehi­cle (EV) charg­ers were installed in the metro area and 22 fleets incor­po­rat­ed clean vehi­cles and tech­nol­o­gy into their fleet. 

2020 was a great year for out­reach too. We had over 1,000 social media posts across sev­er­al plat­forms, cre­at­ed 30 infor­ma­tive videos, had over 30,000 web­site views, sent 28 newslet­ters to over 1,400 peo­ple and designed 38 new blog posts high­light­ing our mem­bers and stakeholders.

Our work is made pos­si­ble by our stake­hold­ers and spon­sors. In 2020, we had 112 Stake­hold­ers and 12 Cor­po­rate Spon­sors. We also par­tic­i­pat­ed in our first Col­orado Gives Day, a great mile­stone for our coalition.

To increase com­mu­ni­ty knowl­edge about EVs, we launched DriveElectricColorado.org, a web­site focused on con­sumer EV edu­ca­tion. The web­site has had over 5,000 views since Octo­ber! Final­ly, we host­ed 20 EV Work­shops and Ride & Dri­ves through­out the year and with our help, over 155 EVs were sold through Group Buys in the Den­ver area.

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