UPDATE: This thread was originally titled: "I've paid for all my fuel for life, at zero emissions!" (A little catchier than intended) Ok, the catchy title was to just to get your attention... But that is actually a goal I have, and that I am actively working on, and is quite obtainable-- and I think many Tesla owners are aspiring to reach this same goal. Here's how you do it: Step 1. Buy a Tesla. Step 2. Drive it for a few months. Step 3. Carefully view your average Wh/mile figures as well as average miles driven per month for your typical driving habits. Step 4. Calculate exactly how much solar you need to offset that use. Add on an extra 20% for safety. Step 5. Get solar panels, equal to this amount or more. After executing these steps- if you do most of your charging at home, and use superchargers for most of your road trips, you've effectively paid for all your fuel use for the rest of your life (as long as you are driving your Tesla as your primary vehicle) with guaranteed renewable energy sources. OK, I realize that not all superchargers are currently net zero CO2 emissions, but longer term I believe most of them will be. This may not be easy, especially if you live in a state that does not have the best solar incentives. But one thing to consider when running the numbers is that this solar is in effect replacing gasoline, not electricity, so the ROI looks a lot better if you look at it that way. Especially the ROI for our planet. Step 6. I would love to see some kind of incentive from Tesla directly for owners who commit to do this and execute it. A financial incentive would be great, but it doesn't have to be. It could be something small-- Maybe some kind of special badge, that has a little beautiful high quality emblem of the sun next to it? That sits next to your P85+ (or whatever you have) badge that is already on the car. I'd like to see this goal encouraged, promoted and marketed by Tesla, and made into a point of pride among all of us Tesla owners as we challenge each other to get on board with this goal. Imagine the benefits if people commit to doing this in mass numbers. Thoughts?