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Old 04-19-2019, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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What is your kWh rate? Do you have to use off-peak plan to get it?

Just curious what other I-Pace owners are paying per kWh in different parts of the country, or the world for that matter (if you care to convert to USD). Based on simply dividing my electric bill by kWh used, I'm at $0.112/kWh. I do NOT utilize an off-peak plan, since in Florida we cannot defer our most consumptive appliance, our AC, which is needed most during the day.

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In Alameda, CA (municipal power instead of PG&E), my average charge across tiers, EV discount (no TOU support on island), and customer connection charge was $0.1625/kWh. I expect that will be lower starting next month, as my solar array gets turned on on Wednesday.
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Pretty inexpensive rates where I am I guess (research triangle area of NC) - $0.087 per kWh, no change depending on time of day (makes it easier).

Now I just need them to deliver my I-Pace already!
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My self generation (solar) rate is currently 0.06510 / kWh.
But have to pay monthly service fee of $21.60.

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Charleston SC rate is $ 0.118710 / kWh, but we currently have 609 kWh in the SCE&G bank thanks to solar panels and a sunny March.
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I'm jealous of everyone with solar. We have pretty good exposure in our region but of course I live in a forest....
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Solar TOU net metering arbitrage works wonders. Sell high and buy low. I am just under 3 cents net cost. May not last much longer but it has been a good 7 years.
This is SCE in CA.
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Just curious what other I-Pace owners are paying per kWh in different parts of the country, or the world for that matter (if you care to convert to USD). Based on simply dividing my electric bill by kWh used, I'm at $0.112/kWh. I do NOT utilize an off-peak plan, since in Florida we cannot defer our most consumptive appliance, our AC, which is needed most during the day.

If you have the ChargePoint home EV plug-in charger, the app tells you which electric company you're using and tracks your kWh usage. Here in Florida, the FPL rate is currently what you quoted above. I drive my I-Pace approx 19k-22k/year, so approx 1,600+ mi. per month, and I'm spending $80-$110/month on electric at my home vs. about $350-$400/month I used to spend on gas for my Porsche Macan Turbo (not to mention the maintenance costs).
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Here in Maryland I use a 100% renewable supplier, the rate for the electricity itself is 0.1 per KWHr, but with added delivery charges it is around 0.13 per KWHr.
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Old 04-20-2019, 08:22 AM
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We have TOU (Time of Use) billing via smart meters on our homes. Off-peak rates are 6.5 cents per KWh, Mid-peak is 9.4 cents per KWh and Peak is 13.2 cents per KWh.

I totalled the past three months and came up with my average cost of 7.7 cents per KWh, but when looking at the actual charges on my bill with all manner of regulatory nonsense and taxes, it is closer to 8.5 cents per KWh.

That might seem steep, but I also have a solar array on the roof that generated 10 MegaWatt hours last year and was paid $3500 for that, so in effect, I pay virtually nothing for electricity. Well, unless you count the $30,000 to put the panels on the roof. Lol!

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