Your car just crashed into a power pole. Power lines are lying across the hood of your car. Bystanders are approaching the scene to make sure you’re okay. Smoke is slowly entering your vehicle. What do you do? Watch the #LicenseToLive video to learn exactly what to do in a scenario like this.
Knowledge is also power, and it can save your life. License to Live is a joint project of Wisconsin's Electric Cooperatives that educates drivers on the appropriate steps to follow if your vehicle should strike an electric service panel box or become involved in an accident involving downed power lines.
Please take a few moments to watch our short video, or if you are interested in instructor materials, please CLICK HERE.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Level 3 EV Fast Charging Station Location: River Country Plaza at 641 State Highway 27 in Cadott, WI
The charger is ZEF Energy's Tritium fast charger with two 50 kilowatt (kW) ports - one with a CCS connector and one with a CHAdeMO connector. When used, an EV can gain up to 150 miles of range in an hour. This charging station was installed through a collaboration between River Country Co-Op, the Village of Cadott, Chippewa Valley Electric Cooperative, and Dairyland Power Cooperative.
To locate the cooperative system of EV charging stations, visit charge.coop
Level 2 Dual Charging Station Location: 26473 State Highway 27, Holcombe, WI
This charging station was installed through a collaborate effort between Chippewa Valley Electric Cooperative and Heartland Cooperative and can also be found at:
www.plugshare.com/location/174655. Good will donations of $1/hour are requested.