jgoodnough· Registered User
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Most of you are probably unaware but MA has not allowed kWh pricing on DCFC with the state viewing car charging in the same category as home electric use. The state officials simply didn't "get" the difference. Nor did they care that people were being massively overcharged because the rates were set by the "minute" previously. In cold weather with chargers working slowly it could cost twice the cost of gasoline to charge at a DCFC. Now it appears something has changed. I got an email from EVGo today stating that they are now switching to kWh pricing on their DCFC and Time-of-Use rates too. I certainly hope Electrify America will follow in that path immediately too.