Has anyone in Georgia switched over to GA Power's PEV rate plan? It advertises a special rate of $.01 per KWH during the hours of 11 pm to 6 am. Problem is that during the other times, the rate can be as high as 20 cents per KWH. On my residential rate plan I'm paying 5.7 cents per KWH 24 hours a day. I can't see where their plan would save any money, unless the biggest user of electricity is for charging the car. The lady I talked to at Ga Power didn't seem to really know about the PEV plan as she kept having to refer to a printed sheet. Anyway, if you sign up for this program you have to stay with it for a year. They really should give you a trial month, but they don't. Dave in Ga.