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How much does it cost to charge my MS? PGE Info for East Bay Zip Code 94552

Not sure if somebody has already done that but in any case here are some numbers that are pretty accrued for my house. I just changed my tier plan to the time of use plan from PGE. I also use a SolarCity solar system and I believe I get credit for the unused energy that I produce at the peak rate during peak hours (can anybody confirm this?).

EV-A Plan: Time of use. May 1st to Oct 31 is PGE summer

Peak:
Mo to Fri, 11pm to 6am, S:$0.37115, W:$0.26916
Sat, Sun and Holidays 3pm to 7pm

Partial Peak:
Mo to Fri, 7am to 2pm, 9pm to 11pm, S:$0.20558, W:$0.16425
Sat, Sun and Holidays 8pm to 10pm?

Off-Peak:
11pm to 6am, S:$0.09790, W:$0.10031
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E1 Tier Rate:
1: $0.13230
2: $0.15040
3: $0.31114
4&5: $0.35114
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To charge 100 miles at off peak rates of $0.10 cost $3.29 and takes 1:42 (3:24 with 40A) with high power wall connector 80A twin charger (32.9kWh).

To charge 200 miles at off peak rates of $0.10 cost $6.58 and takes 3:24 (6:48 with 40A) with high power wall connector 80A twin charger (65.8kWh).

To charge 300 miles at off peak rates of $0.10 cost $9.87 and takes 5:06 (10:12 with 40A) with high power wall connector 80A twin charger (98.7kWh).

How long did it take you to change rates. I called and they said they put it into the system, but they also made me go onto PGE CustomerConnections and fill out some big project form just to change tiers.

Thanks for the info, it's helpful. If you go to PGE.com/building they also have a PEV calculator that you can tell it your call and other info and it gives you a cool breakdown of costs in each possible rate plan including your current home usage.

If you log into PGE for your account, you can see exactly what it is costing you if you charge at night while you're asleep. They show the cost by hour and it is obvious when the car starts and stops charging. All you have to do is subtract what your cost is per hour without charging that covers computers, refrigerators, etc. I am having solar installed and was told I will do best by going back to the E6 rate.


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