As a follow-up on this topic: Fuel prices world-wide What do you pay for a kWh? I just moved into my new house and got a letter from the utility company with the prices for electricity here: - raw kWh: EUR 0,06 - Taxes: EUR 0,12 - VAT 19%: EUR 0,03 Total: EUR 0,21 per kWh If I charge my Model S with the 85kWh with a 90% efficiency I consume about 94kWh. With 0.21 per kWh that's almost EUR 20,00 for a full charge of a Model S. As you can see, not only are taxes on gasoline high here (56%), they are even higher (~70%) on electricity. On the 85kWh battery I expect a real life range of about 320km (200m), so that brings me to EUR 0,06 per kilometer. That's cheaper then my Toyota Auris Hybrid (0,10 per KM). What do other forum users here pay for their electricity? Do you have a smart grid where (as a residence) you pay based on the time of the day? Do you have cheaper rates at night? I think this would be nice to sum up!