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Posted by News on June 13, 2008, 5:57 pm

Pete Granzeau wrote:

Trust me.  I can read my bill and do the math.

Not here, but even if so, so what?

Gasoline rates change in the northern hemisphere summer (go up) too.

 > depend on how many kwh are consumed each month (so much for the first

Yes, and integrating, you get a bill, and do the math.

It's not rocket science.

Posted by Pete Granzeau on June 14, 2008, 7:06 pm

For one month.  Next month may have a different rate structure.>

So they do here.  Which rate do you use to determine the cost of

And next month, you have a different rate per kwh.

Posted by News on June 14, 2008, 7:44 pm

Pete Granzeau wrote:

Right, the rate almos guaranteed to go up with energy supply cost.

My projection of the forward curve, rotating off the front month.

"High and higher."

No kidding, and no more of a case for a plug-in, around here at least.

As I say, at rates approaching $.20 per kWh, it's not rocket science.

No matter what sort of argument you want to make.

Posted by Was Istloben on June 14, 2008, 7:49 pm

If the Toyota version of the Prius PHEV carries a 10K premium I couldn't
cost justify it even at my low off-peak rate.

Posted by News on June 14, 2008, 9:05 pm

Was Istloben wrote:

Which is the price point of the aftermarket A123 battery system.

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