If you don't have solar, it won't be that bad on the new plan. There are fewer hours of Peak and the Peak is slightly less expensive ($0.47 vs $0.52/kWh). However, Off-Peak is slightly more expensive at ~$0.15/kWh vs. ~$0.13/kWh for EV-A.
First thing is to check the PG&E rate comparison tool in your PG&E online account. This is the results from mine. Sux Big Time.With the new rates on EV2, I think I'll have to switch back to tiered.
I briefly checked the rates on the E-1 and it didn't spike as much. I'll do a deep dive tomorrow.
Interesting. When I select this I get:First thing is to check the PG&E rate comparison tool in your PG&E online account.
You’re already on the lowest cost rate plan
If you make no changes to your usage, you’ll save the most with the Electric Vehicle Rate Plan EV-A rate plan.
So they don't even show me the other plans.
Duh.Scroll down farther on the page.