Angel is one of the hundreds of Denver residents who applied for an electric bike refund online through the city's Office of Climate Action.

With the lucrative discount voucher in hand, Angel Maxwell is all set for the battle against global warming.

She needs to wrap up all formalities at the FattE-Bikes store to complete putting her ride together.

The electric bike rebate is a part of a $9 million round of subsidies announced by Denver's Office of Climate Action on Earth Day.

The grant and rebate programs are funded by a sales tax authorized by city voters in 2020.

The program is expected to raise over $40 million per year for climate change.

The Rebate program will raise more than $40 million for climate action each year.

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