EricBayArea wrote:I'm glad I'll be staying on E-9a until the end of 2014 because the current EV schedule may be worse than me going back to E-1
Now that I have more than a year on E9-A I can offer these numbers directly from the PGE website below*:
E9-A cost per year 450$
E6-smart cost per year 580$
E6 cost per year 640$
E1-smart cost per year 670$
E1 cost per year 730$
EV-A cost per year 810$
E9-A is real, the others are estimated cost for the same use pattern.
The first and last ones are the two rates that are exclusive to owners of electric cars. EV-A is the one that is available going forward and was advertised as a valid alternative to me currently on E9-A, I don't think so!
*This page will only work if you are logged in as a PGE customer:https://pge.opower.com/ei/app/myRates