We're in the same situation, (are we neighbors?) We've been using approximately one blue segment to make it up our hill, figure 2 kWh. As long as we have at least two blue segments at the bottom, I have no worries about making it home. Daily running around has been averaging 30-35 miles, usually with two trips up the hill. We charge to 80% and use ECO on the way down for max regen. I can usually get 20 kW of regen going down the hill, holding steady at 40-45 MPH. Energy consumption on the way up is 35-40 kW, so we're getting roughly 50% of the energy back.ttoshi wrote:I live on top of a hill and am curious how much juice we will need to consume to get home. At the end of my trip I will need to climb about 1000 ft in 2 miles. Has anyone climbed roughly 1000 ft in elevation and how much energy did that require?