Hello, We have solar power on our house, produce all we need. We are still connected to the utility, pay about $30 a month for that honor, plus about $7 per peak kwh. Judging from records we expect our peak demand to run 4-7 kwh each month. Here are my questions then: 1. If we had a Tesla, could we program the car for when it would charge and at what rate? 2. If the car can't be told what rate to draw power, what kwh does it draw on 110V, 220V(nema 14-50), or home charging station? In less than a month we have excess generation of >250kwh. If our daily drive distance is 30 miles, some 60 milers, doesn't this seem like we could power our car with solar electricity if we can keep the peak demand charge down? Our regular direction of longer distance travel has convenient superchargers. Thanks for your input. Edit below, found this chart on Tesla site. WOW. We actually rent out rooms on Airbnb, installed a 14-50 outlet about 2 years ago. Nobody has come, but damn! It could cost up to $70 in peak meter charge for letting a tesla charge on that outlet and we only rent out for $50. LOL Gotta rethink this.