After years of consideration, the cooperative has purchased its first all-electric vehicle, and the timing couldn’t have been better. Battery technology has improved and driving ranges have increased substantially. The EV infrastructure is taking shape and is expanding across the country. Charging times have decreased and will get faster in the future. EVs are getting larger and can now accommodate the needs of SUV drivers. Several new models are available, and prices are starting to align with gas-powered vehicles. The $7,500 Federal Tax Credit is still available, and most EV models qualify. RECC chose the ID.4 Pro S, Volkswagen’s first all-electric SUV because of its size, range and style. It was a popular choice.