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Miles per Kilovolt?

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I am sure the GM-Volt engineers are working hard to maximize the miles per Kilovolt. They will be setting the standard. However for the folks that have built there own electric vehicle, how many miles per Kilovolt do you get? I would hope there would be a little display on the Volt indicating what the current mpk is.

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I just posted a big write-up on electric tariffs for Time of Use. Costs per kWh were mentioned above, so those of you that dont know much about time of use (and time of use with demand), see:
Penna doesn't even HAVE time of use rates. Then again we only recently got electricity...
Are you talking about Penn power and light? If so, it appears they do. They call it 'Time of Day'. Their Rider is one of the most complicated and confusing riders I have seen. See this link, then go to PDF page 89. They start defining a lot of the rates their.
Thanks! I'll check it out immediately.
Be well
I read it and, frankly, can't decipher it. It repeatedly (at the beginning of each section) says that no applications will be accepted after 1/1/2000, but does go on to describe the impending rate hikes and time of day rates. I'll need to call them and try to talk to a human bean (SIC).
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