Circling back to the related topic of how DC fast charging is billed (earlier in this post), Measurement Canada is going to allow per kWh billing for DC fast charging. Progress, at last!
https://driveteslacanada.ca/news/measur ... d-of-2022/
It will be interesting for Canadians to see how local electric utilities respond, as it would seem that Measurement Canada isn't enforcing the use of per kWh billing. Hopefully they recognizes that per kWh billing is the only fair system and transition ASAP.
The most fair system would be if the DC fast chargers calculate based on both time and per kWh and then bill for whichever is cheapest.
A nice bonus would be automatic switchover to time based billing, whenever charging past 90% SOC, at triple the usual cost. That would cut back on the number of people who insist on charging to 100% all the time.
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