I ran across this chart in an article today: https://www.energy.gov/eere/vehicles/articles/fotw-1033-june-11-2018-washington-state-has-greatest-fuel-cost-savings?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axiosgenerate&stream=top Kind of depressing that Massachusetts has the second lowest average savings for EV drivers over gas after Hawaii. This is obviously because of the expensive electricity here. I'm picking up my model 3 today and I have to admit that the cost of energy wasn't really a concern for me, but it would be nice if Massachusetts did more to make EV's more economical which would encourage more adoption. I know we have the MOR-EV program which is great, but in my case that basically covers the cost of installing a charger in my garage. It would be nice if the state mandated that the power companies offer discounted nighttime EV charging rates. We have Eversource where I live. I know they offer a TOU plan which offers lower rates for all of your electricity usage at night, but my wife works from home so we still have usage during the day. The daytime rates are high enough that I estimate I wouldn't save any money. What I really want is a way to separately meter the car charger and get EV rates for that and keep basic service rates for the rest of the house. If they could offer this without the need for paying the fixed fees for 2 services it would be nice. I realize that going solar would probably be prudent in this case, but I unfortunately have some poorly placed large trees in my neighbors yard and a roof shape that is not very optimized for large rectangular panels. I've gotten some solar quotes but the ones I've received so far wouldn't cover half of my annual usage (before adding an EV) so they haven't seemed worth it. I keep hoping that as the solar industry grows either the panels will get more efficient so I can get more power from the space I have, or they start offering different panel shapes that will allow people with odd roof shapes to cover them more effectively.