First time poster with a 2012 allocation.
I'm trying to figure out if a TOU meter will benefit me. Progress Energy Carolinas has two options. One is a no fee meter where on peak is about .16$/KwH and .05$/Kwh for off peak. The other is on peak at about .06$/KwH and .05$/Kwh for off peak but has a $5/Kw summer surcharge and $3.75/Kw winter surcharge.
My usage hovers around 350-400 KwH and 700-800 during June-August per month. My normal rate is .11/KwH and I think that adding the Volt and going to no fee route will essentially be a wash and maybe even more during the summer months, but I don't know how my usage translates in a number of Kw and the associated surcharges.
Thanks for any help
Future owner...2012 Summit White w/ Jet Black and Spice Red