I'm curious, for people with solar on their roof where they charge (either at work or at home), do people have any tradeoffs between driving on solar vs. selling power back to the grid? For example, if your utility has high prices during the day and will buy power from you during the day, maybe you want to sell electricity back to the grid during the day and charge your car overnight. Other utilities may pay a flat rate for solar power generated regardless of time, so driving on sunlight doesn't affect your bill. In California the utility may have too much solar around noon, so driving on sunlight can be both great for the environment and your pocket book, if your utility provides time-of-use rates with low periods during the day. However, the details may often be tied to your utility rate schedule. There are apps that will help with issues like this, such as FlexCharging. That app will let you charge your car overnight, or if you have solar, charge at a different time. What would you all prefer?