Same here. Lacey was 121 amps, Olympia 123. FYI; in my experimentation, I have received 3.7 kwh of power at zero cost. Apparently there is an automated system process that zero's the bill if the duration is short. Not sure how short but did do a 1:38 session getting 1.1 kwh to check on whether it was based on whole kwh pricing.
This make sense since EA's early days were filled with constant computer/station faults. I know one guy who started a session on his phone, the station never initialized (or only ran a few seconds before stopping) but the phone kept going billing him the per minute rate forcing him to power cycle the phone, reload the app to stop the charge. Of course he didn't have to pay for nothing but did have to call in to get the charge wiped. He also got free credits for future charges. That doesn't seem to happen very often any more but the current situation makes sense. Give away the 5 cents in electricity (WA State rates) over the much higher cost of handling customer service inquiries.