Submitted by zybane on 19. November 2019
So I noticed that the local super charger (Coeur d'Alene Idaho) has a rate of 0.27 cents/kWh.
I thought to myself, wait; there is a hydroelectric plant a few miles away and my utility bill is only 0.086 cents/kWh.
This means Telsa is charging 320% more for their electricity?
So basically; I am subsidizing everyone that got lifetime free supercharging with their cars? That's pretty lame.