GMoney

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  5. The price of the power is irrelevant. My calculation showed that 5 days of my highest consumption was 91.77 kWh, which is more than the smallest Model S but less than the biggest Model S. Whether that 91.77 kWh costs $0.10 or $1000 is a moot point. The original point was about the amount of power consumed, not the cost.
  6. Sounds about right to me. My highest electricity bill last summer was 569 kWh. 569 ÷ 31 X 5 = 91.77 kWh. New Model S is either 75 or 100 kWh, aren't they? That's assuming you're charging from 0 to 100% though.
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  9. SIGN-UP 1) Bill 2) Ron & Dot 3) Larry & Gail 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) Can't help but notice that 2019 is a long way off. Corrected!
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  15. I heard this story on the news last night and tried to find more information. Now that I have it I'm not sure I have any inkling which option is best. That 39.8¢ variable rate scares the crap out of me, but doesn't it say that price is only in effect for up to four hours on each of the six highest-demand days? I'm also assuming that the delivery costs (by my estimation about 6¢/kWh) is added to these prices. I guess the answer is to sign up, then come December compare the three different rates.