I was wondering if anyone had paid the extra ~5.5c per kWh for 100% renewable electricity now that they have a Tesla. I understand it may be a rip-off, but just curious to know if any of you have gone down that path. For me, with a Volt, I use battery only every day unless I go on a trip and then I use petrol as well. If I end up getting a Tesla I would consider paying the extra 5.5c AGL is asking, for 100% renewables. Because we use a lot of Brown Coal for electricity generation in Victoria, it would be a further contribution to clean air. Plugging the 5.5c extra rate into my spreadsheet it would cost me about an extra $200 per year. Being a bit lazy on research, does anyone know how this renewable energy is procured? Does it require the retailers to source existing renewables, create new (wind farms for example) or get it from other states such as Tassie which is all renewables. http://www.nem-watch.info/widgets/RenewEconomy/ I would imagine this would need close scrutiny/auditing to ensure they're not fudging the numbers.