2 vehicles parked at an electric vehicle car charging station. Graphical rendering.

Electric Vehicle Charging

Mid-State Technical College is proud to bring electric vehicle charging to all four of our campus communities in Adams, Marshfield, Wisconsin Rapids (solar powered!), and Stevens Point.

Cost: Electric vehicle charging at Mid-State is FREE! If you appreciate the use of any Mid-State electric vehicle charging station, please consider supporting our students by donating to the Foundation.

Funding for all installations was generously donated by Constellation Energy through an E2 – Energy to Educate grant

Mid-State Technical College is not responsible for any damages that may occur while using the electric vehicle charging equipment. In case of emergency, contact the Student Services & Information Center at 888.575.6782.

Constellation Logo

 

Charging Your Vehicle

Adams Campus

One Level 2 charging station available. The charging station is located in the southeast most parking spaces next to the road.

Clipper Creek Charger

Pedestal-mounted charger serving two vehicles at a time
Provides a total of 32 amps, or 16 amps each when two vehicles are plugged in. 

Adams Clipper Creek Charger

 

 

Marshfield Campus

One Level 2 charging station available. The charging station is located in the southeast side of the parking lot.

Clipper Creek Charger

Pedestal-mounted charger serving two vehicles at a time
Provides a total of 32 amps, or 16 amps each when two vehicles are plugged in. 

Marshfield Campus Clipper Creek Charger

 

 

Wisconsin Rapids Campus

Electric vehicle charging on our Wisconsin Rapids campus is not only free—it’s also solar! All power is generated from the solar array installed at the site, providing 48 high-efficiency 325-watt solar panels with a total capacity of 15.6 kW.

The solar rack was manufactured by Sinclair Designs and Engineering, and the solar panels donated by Panasonic Solar.

Mid-State Technical College Renewable Energy Technician students installed the array with assistance from North Wind Renewable Energy Cooperative during the 2018–19 school year.

Panasonic Solar and North Wind Renewable Energy Cooperative Logos

Six Level 2 charging stations available. The charging stations are located at the northwest corner of the Wisconsin Rapids Campus parking lot.

SolarEdge© Chargers

Middle two stalls (two chargers)
Provide 32 amps each.

SolarEdge Charger. Provides 32 amps each.

ClipperCreek® Chargers

Two stalls at each end (four chargers)
Provide 32 amps each if one vehicle is plugged in, 16 amps per vehicle if two vehicles are plugged in.

ClipperCreek Charger Provides 32 amps each if one vehicle is plugged in, 16 amps per vehicle if two vehicles are plugged in

Video Tutorial

Watch our video walkthrough for a step-by-step introduction to using Mid-State’s solar car charging station at the Wisconsin Rapids Campus.

 

 

Stevens Point Campus

Two Level 2 charging stations available. Both are located at the northwest corner of the building, where Centerpoint Drive turns to the south.

Clipper Creek Chargers

Two pedestal-mounted chargers, each serving two vehicles at a time (four vehicles total)

Each charger provides a total of 32 amps, or 16 amps each when two vehicles are plugged in.

Stevens Point Clipper Creek Chargers