Lynn Markham, Land Use Specialist speaks to Green County community leaders about EV charging stations

Green County Development Corporation (GCDC) hosted an Electric Vehicle Charging Station Summit in partnership with Extension Green County.  The event was held at the historic Green County Courthouse in Monroe on November 16.

The event was held to address the need for electric vehicle charging stations in our communities.    Speakers included Lynn Markham, Shoreland and Land Use Specialist with the Center for Land Use Education at UW-Stevens Point, Sherrie Gruder with Energy on Wisconsin, and Jason Price with Alliant Energy.

Community leaders, Green County Board Members, and City of Monroe Council Members were in attendance to learn about electric vehicles, charging station needs, and implications for positive economic development in Green County communities.  Partnership planning and action steps were discussed.

If you are interested in participating in future conversations and being a part of the planning, please contact GCDC at or (608) 328-9452.

GCDC was formed to bring professional economic development expertise to its member communities to create a competitive advantage for job creation and new investments. The organization is building the economic future of Green County communities and businesses through public-private partnerships. For more information, visit GCDC online at, or contact the GCDC office at (608) 328-9452 or email