The new tesla pricing shows $0.13 for Florida. I was slightly surprised since that is my total cost for electricity per kWh at my Coral Gables residence. At my person life average cost per mile I will pay $.043 per mile for fuel, if I switch to a new car. That seems totally fine to me, in fact pretty conservative of Tesla. I did check several other states/provinces/countries which make me speculate that: 1. Tesla indeed prices electricity below their own total cost; 2. The denser the Tesla population the cheaper the price, until in areas with near-saturation (i.e. California) where the pricing seems less aggressively priced. Comprehensive precise and accurate evaluation will soon be forthcoming. I'll enjoy learning more. What do other Floridians think?