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  1. Battery Meter Exhibits Strange Behavior

    Problems, Driver Warnings or DTCs - Chevy Volt
    I hope someone can help answer this question about strange beahvior of the battery meter/gauge in my 2015 Volt Premier Edition. After a full charge, the battery meter reads 43 miles of range. I begin to drive and the meter reduces each mile I drive as expected. Until...I hit 39 miles. Then...
  2. Second meter install good or bad price?? Other questions

    Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    Normally I do all my work around the house myself or my Father comes in to help.. But I believe this one may be out of the question. I had an electrician come by this past weekend to quote me on adding a second meter to my house to take advantage of the PEV Rates from DTE he sent me the quote...
  3. So Cal Edison - anyone do the separate meter EV plan?

    Li-Ion Battery, Charging, Mgmt System - Chevy Volt
    OK, so I just bought a Volt over the weekend. I love, love love the car so far and am now digging into the meat on charging, rate plans, etc. We are currently charging at 12A and I am looking at putting in a Level 2 charger. Mostly for the convenience of the 4 hour charges on weekends...
  4. Can you meter charging usage with one of these?

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    I'm trying to find an economic way to meter my charging in a shared garage at my condo building. I want to be able to tell the HOA how much I use of its 110v outlet. Anyone know if a meter like this will do the trick?
  5. Xcel 'Time of Day Plan'

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    New Volt owner in Minneapolis, wondering if anyone else in Minnesota has looked into or switched to the Xcel 'Time of Day Program' link They offer lower off-peak rates from 9PM to 9AM, but penalize you for electric usage during non-off peak hours. Xcel will replace your standard meter with a...
  6. Household Charging Circuit kWh Monitoring

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    I tried searching for this information but couldn't find it... I am going to install a receptacle in my garage for my 240v charger and was wondering what people suggest for monitoring the energy usage on the circuit. I want to be able to separate this usage from the total household electric...