One of the main reasons for recently purchasing the LR AWD Model 3 was to save on gas, especially compared to our gas guzzling SUV. My wife and I don't have a terribly long commute and will probably only drive it about 8,000 - 10,000 miles per year. I live in the East Bay, where it gets pretty toasty in the summer. I also have a pool that requires the pump be run during the day on higher RPMs to run the water through the solar panels. I'm currently signed up with PG&E's E-1 Tiered Rate schedule, which is ridiculously expensive compared to pretty much everywhere in the country ($0.24 - $0.52 kWh). Due to the AC and pool, I get fairly close to getting bumped into Tier 3 during the summer. If I now start charging the Model 3 at home, I'll definitely get pushed into Tier 3 pricing, which will substantially increase our electricity costs. I looked at the Home Charging EV2-A schedule, and while it would provide cheaper rates while charging the car ($0.17 kWh), it will dramatically increase the costs of electricity during the times I'll be running the AC and pool pump ($0.48 kWh). Given this, it seems like it will potentially cost more in electricity to have my Model 3 than I would spend on gas. Perhaps I'm not thinking this through correctly, but I'm wondering if other SF Bay Area residents who have had their Model 3 for a while are actually saving money compared to what you would have paid for gas.