The SDG&E Residential "Rates" include only the "distribution, etc." charges, and not the energy cost (approx. an extra 9¢ per kWh). One needs to find the Residential "Total Rates", which include the power charges.
They also appear to supply the "dual meter adapter" (for one EV rate), but then charge over $9 per month extra.
The "new" (experimental) EV tariffs are not mentioned, as far as I can see.
There are three EV rates, all TOU:
1. EV-TOU: shy 14¢ low, to 26.5¢ summer peak, 17.2¢ winter peak, including energy, no tiers, and about $5 per month minimum bill.
2. EV-TOU-2: seems basically the same as EV-TOU, but allows PV generation and net metering as long as all-users generation is less than 0.5% of peak demand.
3. EV-TOU-3: uses SD&E's "dual meter adapter" (extra $9.32 per month), with basically the same rates as EV-TOU.
So, looks like some good in these "standard" EV rates.
Last edited by garygid
on Fri Jul 09, 2010 9:38 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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