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SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:27 pm

Ok...I have officially been notified by SDG&E that I have randomly been placed in EVPM-M rate plan. The rates are:

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these rates are valid during the following times:
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I do not know where this TOU-M plan falls into the '3 experimental rate plans", so if you have a different plan, please post your numbers here so we can compare what SDG&E is attempting to do.
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Re: SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:40 pm

It is one of the three rates...they just renamed them. Although I do not think they intend to use the one with highest rates. However it is still in their rate submission packages to the PUC,

I was assigned the same rate schedule as you.

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Re: SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:46 pm

Looks like the cheap rate to me...
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Re: SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 1:08 pm

See this thread: http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2017

They dropped the low-ratio rate, leaving the medium and high ratio rates--which offer better value for those who charge late at night. I think that's the lower-priced (e.g., higher ratio) of the two.

Woot!

EDIT:

Er, ah, the "M" in your rate name would indicate "medium". So that's the higher priced of the two that are left, assuming they did drop the much-hated "L" ratio plan. Still, that "M" is a good deal!
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Re: SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 1:09 pm

There were three rates:
EVPM-L
EVPM-M
EVPM-H

The low/med/high refers to the Ratio or spread between peak and off-peak. For someone who charges only on super-off-peak, you want the HIGHEST ratio and greatest discount.

The one being discarded is the EVPM-L plan, which had very little spread between super-off-peak, and represented the worst discount for night charging. I haven't heard confirmation if they really did it, so if anyone ends up on EVPM-L, please do post.

Both -M and -H are cheaper at super-off-peak than baseline DR rates -- Win!

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Re: SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 1:12 pm

And I though the LADWP rates and structure were obtuse!

Jimmydreams wrote:Ok...I have officially been notified by SDG&E that I have randomly been placed in EVPM-M rate plan.

I do not know where this TOU-M plan falls into the '3 experimental rate plans", so if you have a different plan, please post your numbers here so we can compare what SDG&E is attempting to do.
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Re: SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 2:52 pm

Here is mine:
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Re: SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 3:03 pm

Congrats bodengroden! Cheapest midnight charging: $0.06723 & $0.07043
EPEV-M is only a penny more: $0.07646 & 0.08220, and if you have to charge mid-day, at least it won't scream.

I'd take either one. The EPEV-L is the stinker.

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Re: SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:45 pm

Yes pretty cool. I do feel that we are being herded to charge from 12 to 5am...but with the timer set up it shouldn't be that hard to comply...

I wonder what impact this car will have on my overall utility bill at this rate structure if I only charge super off peak. If I average 50 miles a day (12 kW) is it simply 12 x the rate $0.07 x 30 days = ~$25.2 a month?

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Re: SDG&E "Experimental Rates" TOU Plans

Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:47 pm

Where are EPEV-L rates listed ?
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