So I'm a bit of a home automation geek and have several of my electrical circuits individually metered (via CTs in the electrical panel). I obviously plan to do so with my NEMA 14-50 that is going into the garage. Has anyone else done this and, if so, do you have any insights into the amount of electricity you use vs. miles driven? I had my company Volt at home for a week or so, and metered the 120 volt outlet it was plugged in to. Of particular interest to me was the amount of electricity being consumed by the car after it was fully charged. From time to time, you could hear pumps, fans and other gizmos running, and the power consumption would vary anywhere from 50 to 300 watts. What this translates to is that the amount of electricity coming out of the wall is somewhat more than what ultimately comes back out of the battery to the traction motor. This "phantom load" (think of your cell phone charger left plugged in after the phone is removed - on a much larger scale) adds up over time. I'm not particularly worried about this, but have an interest in understanding it. It's kind of like spilling gasoline (that you've paid for) at the pump every time you fill your ICE. The car's fuel economy computer wouldn't take into account this "spillage". Once I've had my car for a while, I'll be able to get a true picture of kWh's I've paid for vs. miles driven in order to see what my "real" Whs/mile are, but I'm curious to know if any current EV owners have done anything similar.