I met someone who works for the local electric power company at a dinner last eveing. When I mentioned owning an electric car she mentioned her company’s two tiered system. I knew they had such a system but another person I spoke with on the phone right after buying the car in April talked me out of it. The lady last eveing acknowledged there are better systems in other states but suggested I at least consider it and then pointed me to this file (with an incredibly long URL): https://www.rockymountainpower.net/content/dam/rocky_mountain_power/doc/About_Us/Rates_and_Regulation/Utah/Approved_Tariffs/Rate_Schedules/Residential_Service_Optional_Time_of_Day_Rider_Experimental.pdf Or if that does not work try: http://tinyurl.com/q7we8wq The downside I noticed right away is that the two tier system is only available May through Saptember. But then she pointed to the rates they charge during that period. Power consumed during peak hours of 1300 to 2000 is 4.3560¢ per kWh. That’s pretty cheap but then she pointed to the off peak rate of (1.6334)¢ per kWh. When I asked about the parenthesis she said it’s a credit. What?! Not only cheap but they are in effect paying me to use power off peak. That just seems crazy. Of course the offices are closed until Tuesday so I can’t confirm so I thought I’d post here to see if that could possibly be true, here or anywhere else. True?