I've noticed something interesting over the past couple of months. When I took delivery of my Model S85 I had a 14-50 outlet installed in the garage.Within a month, I had my power company, Dominion Power here in Northern Virginia, install a second meter to take advantage of the EV off-peak charging rates. The line to the garage is run from the breaker panel, through the new meter, then to the garage (all done by an electrician, a family friend). The installation looks good and I monitored the whole thing (with intermediate knowledge of electricity). Upon monitoring my charging and the number of kWh reported on my Dominion bill, they seem to differ significantly. I typically drive on average 450 miles per week, making the number of kWh actually used by the car to be upwards of ~200kWh very roughly. On my last few bills (the only ones with the EV rate), they are only charging me for ~51kWh on the EV Schedule. My other Schedule 1 meter reading seems to be on par with previous years (based on month). When monitoring the charge on my MS, it shows ~230V @ 40A every charge, and it usually charges for a couple of hours when I've driven that day (last night was 3:53hrs with 116miles of range added). I even use VisibleTesla to monitor charging with it's graphing feature. It's consistent every charge. (I don't have a meter on the charge cable, but am considering it) Is Dominion power not charging me properly, or is the meter not picking it up correctly? I called them to ask and they really had no clue and told me to check my internal wiring. Anyone in Northern VA with DOM power seen anything similar? Any other thoughts?