Randy wrote:The official word at this time is that the experimental rates will be retired when the project is concluded, and all cutomers will be asked to choose from one of the EV rates that exist at that time. If that time were now, the choices would be EV-TOU (two meters) or EV-TOU2 (whole house).
I don't know if any new EV rates will be introduced between now and then...But at least the two rates mentioned above should be available...
Thanks for the info Randy. If one chooses EV-TOU2 (if it is an option at the time), there would be no need for the second meter anymore. Would the second meter be physically removed in that case or would it just be deactivated by SDG&E resulting in only one electric bill for the entire house? I don't think any rewiring for the charger is necessary if one opts for EV-TOU2 with a single meter but please correct me if I am wrong about that.