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  1. P

    Model Y actual energy consumption

    I bought a new Model Y and have been driving it for a few weeks. According to the car, I've consumed about 185 Wh/km over the entire time. However, if I go with the Tesla App's charging stats, it actually works out to 279 Wh/km. If I consider energy as charged rather than as delivered, it's 317...
  2. David29

    Lifetime Energy Consumption for my Model S in Boston Area after 4 years

    Last week was the 4th anniversary of the activation of my home charging set-up at my condo, so I thought it would be interesting to see how much energy I had purchased from our local utility, Eversource. (I live in eastern Massachusetts.) I charge the car (a 2015 70D) with a Tesla Wall...
  3. Gwgan

    Australia price gouging

    Tesla big battery powerless to stop S.A. price gouging By following the rules and making output changes in a time frame where batteries are not helpful, established power generators continue to artificially increase consumer costs. These actors are not going to give up their wealth generators...
  4. David29

    Experience with Mass. Community Electricity Aggregation Program

    My town (Dedham) is one of 23 cities and towns that participate in the Massachusetts Community Electricity Aggregation program, or Mass CEA. Some recent glitches in the billing for this program led me to look into it in more detail. In addition, an article in the October 2 Boston Globe...
  5. David29

    Constellation overcharges for electricity through the Community Electricity Aggregation Program

    Did you get overcharged for your electricity by Eversource this month? Anyone in this group who lives in MA and in the towns and cities that are in the Southeast Regional Planning and Economic Development District (SRPEDD) Community Electricity Aggregation Program (list below) get their energy...