Plug-in electric vehicles (or PEVs) are an exciting choice for drivers. We are here to answer your questions about PEVs. WPS works with the Electric Power Research Institute. We are evaluating various PEV's, including the Chevy Volt and VIA Trux.
As part of our effort to accelerate electric vehicle transportation alternatives throughout the United States, Nissan North America, Inc.
is offering eligible employees and customers of Alliant Energy, Madison Gas and Electric, Minnesota Power, Touchstone Energy, We Energies,
Wisconsin Public Service, WPPI, and Xcel Energy a special opportunity to purchase the 100% electric Nissan LEAF®. Take advantage of these special
rebate offers and potential federal, state, and local benefits that may be available to you!
With each new 2019 Nissan LEAF® purchase during the program period, eligible customers can receive a $3,500 rebate off MSRP through
March 31, 2020. Get the details in the Nissan Offer brochure.
- Types of vehicles
All electric vehicles (EV) use both a battery and electric motor. The battery and electric motor can be used alone or in combination with a gas engine to propel the vehicle.
- Charging your vehicle
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) is used to charge the vehicle. It safely connects the vehicle to a home or business electrical service to recharge.
- Rate options
The Three-Tier Time-of-Use rate option can lower the cost to charge your PEV.
- Benefits of going electric
PEVs are good for the environment. They yield fewer pollutants than standard vehicles.