If Norway can handle it, so can we. Norway mountains and electric car charging.

It is a common misperception that electric vehicles (EVs) “can’t handle” the winter months. EVs can still take you where you want to go – even in the cold. Just look at Norway. They have the highest adoption rate for EVs and are known for their extreme subzero temperatures. 

Also, according to fueleconomy.gov, gasoline-fueled cars’ mileage can drop 22% on short trips with temps lower than 20°F. That isn’t much different than the 31% to 34% that some EVs or hybrids can lose. And with simple steps like preheating the vehicle while plugged in or using the fuel economy mode, you can extend an EV battery’s life.

So, drive electric – even in the winter, and enjoy.

Learn more at alliantenergy.com/electricvehicles.

Recycling old appliances can pay off

Last year, Alliant Energy recycled nearly 9,000 refrigerators, freezers and room air conditioners. That kept a lot of waste and hazardous materials 
from going to the landfill.

This year, we want to recycle even more. 
 
Getting rid of a spare refrigerator* or freezer can save you up to $115 a year. We can recycle your old appliances, keep them out of the landfill and you’ll 
get money on the spot up to $50. 

Give us a call at 1-866-ALLIANT (866-255-4268) or visit alliantenergy.com/rebates

* The compressor must run and cool.