Received this e-mail today: Since I live in Quebec where the electricity is cheap and most of it comes from Hydro, owning a pure electric vehicle would be awesome. :smile: I recently completed building my house and pre-wired my garage with a 70A 240V circuit for a future electric car. I'm also subscribed to a dual energy heating program where when the temperature is above -12C, my rate is 4.33 cents/kWh. (I heat electric when temperatures are above -12C and below -12C my heating system automatically switches to propane). I know a lot of people think heating with electricity is stupid (including Martin E.) but it is quite common in Quebec. In many places, the only other option is oil or propane, both of which are more expensive then even the regular electricity rates. (First 30kWh per day 5.4c/kWh, remaining 7.33c/kWh, averaged over two months. The only other cost is a fixed charge of 40.64 c/day.) I've been dreaming of owning an electric car since I was 16. I even bought a Honda CRX in the hopes of converting it. I guess the only remaining obstacle in me getting a Tesla is $$$. Can't wait to see the Model S!!!