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PG&E E9 rates

Discussion in 'Toyota Prius Plug-in' started by oswaldjacoby, May 15, 2012.

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  1. oswaldjacoby

    oswaldjacoby Junior Member

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    Was wondering if anyone has had any experience with the PG&E e9a rates which are available for electric vehicle owners. Is it a better deal.

    FYI, Summer rates as follows:

    E1--standard rates--time of day does not matter (baseline =225KWH)

    Total Energy Rates ($ per kWh)
    Baseline Usage ​
    $0.12845 ( )

    101% - 130% of Baseline ​
    $0.14602 ( )

    131% - 200% of Baseline ​
    $0.29940 (I)

    201% - 300% of Baseline ​
    $0.33940 (I)

    Over 300% of Baseline $0.33940 (I)

    For E9a rates, see link below. Off peak is much less expensive, but peak about double

    http://pge.com/tariffs/tm2/pdf/ELEC_SCHEDS_E-9.pdf

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    cwerdna Senior Member

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