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  1. P

    Powerwall + Demand Response + Time-based-rates + Time-based controls

    So the maths and the policies and laws are a bit confusing. I am trying to figure out, if I switch to time-based rates, and I am also part of the local Demand Response plan, how does the demand response credit get calculated, as Tesla shows nothing in the app for demand response events and...
  2. David29

    Switched to Eversource TOU Rates for my EV charging

    After learning a few months ago from this group that Eversource had Time of Use (TOU) rates available in Eastern MA, I applied to Eversource to switch to TOU for my EV charging service. I have a separate service for charging, so by charging at night I will have little or no usage during the...
  3. David29

    Anyone else invited to particiate in Eversource rate pilot program?

    I just got an email inviting me to participate in the "EVERSOURCE’s (formerly NSTAR) electric vehicle rate pilot program entitled PlugMyRide@HOME." Has anyone else been invited? Or joined? I have not yet read all the details. But this comes at an interesting time, when I am trying to get...
  4. Akikiki

    Hawaii EV Charging Time-Of-Use (TOU) Info

    From Honolulu Star-Advertiser 3/27/15, Money section, page B2 EV savings estimator offered: Hawaiian Electric Company has introduced an online electric vehicle bill savings estimator that can help residential customers who have or are considering an EV estimate how much money they can...