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Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles, if widely adopted, have the potential to reduce our dependence on foreign oil and improve neighborhood air quality. ECO is paving the way for electric vehicles in Milwaukee.

The U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fueling Station Locator is a great resource to find alternative fueling stations in the United States and Canada.

  • Public EV Charging Stations
  • Residential EV Charging Resources

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Sign

ECO installed four public electric vehicle charging stations in strategic locations throughout the city. With public charging infrastructure, prospective owners of electric vehicles will have added confidence that they can commute and run errands around town without worrying about running out of power away from home. The stations are 100% funded by the U.S. Department of Energy through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

The locations use ChargePoint stations by Coulomb, which will become part of the national ChargePoint Network that allows drivers to find and reserve charging stations. The charging stations are enhanced by a rich software environment providing ease of use and a host of other features ensuring the highest level of service for its users.

Locations: (1) City Center, 209 E. Mason St., (2) Discovery World, 500 N. Harbor Dr., (3) Brady Street Parking Lot, Brady St. & N. Warren Ave., and (4) Clarion Hotel-Airport, 5311 S. Howell Ave.


Other local charging stations installed privately but available for public use:

-Schlitz Park, 1555 N. Rivercenter Dr., #209

-MATC, Downtown Campus, 1015 N. 6th St.

-Arlington Court House, 1720 N. Arlington Pl.

-AAA, 4433 S. 27th St.

-Johnson Controls, 500 Citation Way and 757 N. Green Bay Ave.

-Rosen Nissan, 5505 S. 27th St.

-Russ Darrow Nissan, 11212 W. Metro Blvd.

-Kohl's, 7800 N. 113th St.

-Marshall Auto Body, 22300 West Bluemound Rd., Waukesha (Chargers: Solar Powered CHAdeMO & SAE Combo Level 3 charging station, DCFC, Tesla HPWC (Model S), EV Plug (J1772))

Electric Vehicle Charger in a Home

We Energies is offering a Residential EV Charger Pilot Program for Wisconsin homeowners that receive electric service from the utility. Under the program, charging equipment and maintenance is supplied. Homeowners have the option to pay for the charging equipment upfront or as a monthly cost to their energy bill.


EV Charger Information & Costs

EV Program Pricing


Eligibility Requirements:

1. Own or lease an electric vehicle (all-electric or plug-in hybrid).

2. Own and live in a Wisconsin residence that receives electric service from We Energies. For this program, this is defined as a detached single-family home, townhome/row house, duplex or other multifamily dwellings with separately metered service.

3. Adequate Wi-Fi at the charging location.

4. Have 240-volt circuit wiring and outlet where the charger will be located. Your home may need additional electrical upgrades to meet this requirement.

City of Milwaukee Sustainability Director Erick Shambarger

@Erick Shambarger
Sustainability Director


 City Hall, 200 E. Wells Street, Room 603, Milwaukee, WI 53202 

 Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

In the News

  • CLICK HERE to listen to a Community Story on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee featuring the Electric Vehicle Charging Stations being installed around the City of Milwaukee.
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