State Agency Petroleum Reduction and Reporting Requirements

Colorado state agencies and departments must reduce petroleum-based fuel consumption on a per vehicle basis and across the fleet. For non-exempt vehicles, the minimum annual reduction is 4% per vehicle, and at least 20% by Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 compared to a FY 2015 baseline. The exempt vehicle requirement is a minimum annual reduction of 2% per vehicle, and at least 10% by FY 2020. State agencies and departments must also achieve a total reduction in petroleum-based fuel consumption by 15% (or 7.5% for exempt vehicles) by FY 2020. The Colorado Department of Personnel and Administration may consider certain vehicles to be exempt based on agency requests; agencies must request vehicle exemptions prior to establishing the FY 2015 baseline.

State agencies must use EnergyCAP to track progress towards these goals. The Colorado Energy Office will work with state agencies and departments to ensure they enter baseline data by March 31, 2016. All state executive agencies and departments will provide the Colorado Greening Government Coordinating Council (Council) with any information not captured in EnergyCAP that is needed to complete calculations and reporting.

(Reference Executive Order D 2015-013, 2015)

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