For my most recent bill, my total electric charges were $86.51 for 31 billing days. My baseline (tier 1) allowance was only 319.3 kWh. I used 324.126 kWh and I think I charged both of my EVs 0 times at home that month. I almost never charging at home unless absolutely necessary due to high rates.
I went only 4.826 kWh into tier 2, so those kWh cost me at least 30.6 cents each. The first 319.3 cost me ~24 or 25 cents each. (It's complicated due to being charged PG&E rates, having a generation credit then this goofy "power charge indifference adjustment", blah blah + another 1 cent per kWh for 100% renewable.)
I have no AC at home other than a "portable" rolling AC unit and I almost never use it. If I used it that month, it was probably for no more than 2 days. My dryer is electric only. There is no natural gas hookup for the dryer. My water heater is nat gas.
(If you hadn't looked, https://www.pge.com/tariffs/assets/pdf/ ... Sch%29.pdf
is the EV2 plan here. See pages 2 and 3. You'll see the cheapest rates are 16.6 cents per kWh but outside those hours, it is 33.3 to 47.86 cents/kWh. It is IMPOSSIBLE to make my electricity usage 0 during those expensive hours. At least that plan has no tiers...)