greenleaf wrote:I have an updated figure with tier 1, 2 and 3 numbers.
E9a still looks like it will win overall against E6 to me. No wonder PG&E won't let me have it w/o a car.
E9a does have a larger "peak" area, but E6's "off peak" rates in the E9a peak fringes are not much better than E9a anyway.
Based on the hourly usage data that I partly managed to save before PG&E wiped them out (when my Smartmeter was removed), E6 and E9a are almost a wash after I have my EV.
In summer, E6 is better, but in winter E9a is better. And because you can only switch once a year, you have to pick only one.
I think in the end, I would probably go with E6 because the timing is less restrictive (easier to tell my wife to do laundry after 9pm instead of after midnight!)