I've spent some time looking carefully at my FPL bill, and thought it would be a good idea to have a discussion about options, as some of us come close to having to charge our vehicles at our home. It seems that currently I am paying 8.52 cents per Kw/h for the first 1000 Kw/h, and then 10.52 center per Kw/h for the balance. This actually isn't as bad as I thought. There is this mysterious "Time of Use" option for FPL where you pay MORE during peak hours of the day and LESS during non-peak hours of the day. It is very complicated to figure out what the actual rates are, especially for different months of the year. I *think* it may be as follows: 13.74 cents per Kw/h during peak (which is defined as Noon to 9pm during April-October and 6am to 10am + 6pm to 10pm during the rest of the year) 7.31 cents per Kw/h during off-peak (which is defined as the rest of the hours) I can't figure out if this is for the first 1,000 or for all of it. I may be reading that it is LESS for the rest of it, but that doesn't make much sense to me. I'd love to hear how other people are reading the rates page at http://www.fpl.com/rates/pdf/2012RateSummary.pdf and what the correct rates actually are. I'd also love to have a discussion on whether it makes sense to switch to the Time of Use billing, especially considering the addition of an EV.