As of June 2019 the average energy price in the United States is $0.139 cents per kWh and regular unleaded gasoline $2.819. (Source: Average energy prices for the United States, regions, census divisions, and selected metropolitan areas : Midwest Information Office : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) The discussion has raged on over the years re when it's no longer economically advantageous to charge vs. using fuel. I think many of us here know what that tipping point is. At the moment, with regular unleaded fuel at $2.55/ per gallon in GA, charging is significantly cheaper than using fuel. By my calculations it's approximately 52%-77% cheaper to power the car on electric than fuel depending on energy costs for that particular month with the assumption of $2.55/per gallon. I understand the choice to charge vs. using fuel is a personal one and it's not all about money; however, I am very conscious of that tipping point where electric costs exceed fuel. In GA I'm currently paying as low as $0.044 per kWh or as high as $0.097 per kWh depending on time of year and usage for each month (economies of scale). I am not on a special TOU program. I'm interested to know how much members on the forums are paying for energy. What are your energy costs? What are your thoughts about cost of electricity relative to fuel? Would you no longer charge your Prime if fuel costs dropped to $0.75/per gallon. I realize this isn't likely in our lifetime but wanted to throw it out there. Our neighbors to the north are welcome to chime in.