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Electric Vehicle Rate Assistant.

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Find your rate plan

Use this quick and easy tool to understand the right rate plan for you and learn how to save on your electricity bill when charging an Electric Vehicle (EV).

If you are a net energy meter customer, please click here.
Get Started
This tool cannot provide rate selection assistance for NEM customers. Please review your rate options here, in particular the Residential Time-of-Use Plan (TOU-D) and the Off-Peak Savings Plan (TOU-D-T). Both plans offer attractive pricing for charging your EV overnight while leveraging daytime generation.

For more information, please contact an SCE Home Fuel Advisor at 1-800-4EV-INFO.
Here's an overview of the three rates we will be comparing for you today.

The Residential Time-of-use Plan (TOU-D) uses a single meter for your entire home, including your EV, and offers “super low” rates every day at night.

The EV Plan (TOU-EV-1) requires a second meter and panel, installed at your expense, to measure the energy used to charge your EV separately from the rest of your home. This plan also offers “super low” rates every day at night.

The Residential Plan (Schedule D) uses a single meter for your entire home, including your EV. As you use more energy, the cost per kilowatt hour increases, but does not vary based on the time of the day.

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1. What is your daily average
    electricity usage?

Use the daily average electricity usage for your ZIP code as shown below or for better results, enter your actual usage from an electricity bill. If you are already charging an EV, select a bill prior to your first charge.
kWh
Sample bill
Daily Average Electricity Usage (kWh) Location on Your Electricity Bill
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2. What type of EV are you planning to drive?

 
Select Vehicle
Plug–in Hybrid EV
Select the closest range to your vehicle
 
OR
Battery EV
A plug–in hybrid EV uses gas and electricity for power while a battery EV only uses electricity. Learn more >

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Plug-In Hybrid

Plug-In Hybrid
The type of EV illustrated on the left above is the plug-in hybrid model. If you choose a plug-in hybrid EV (PHEV)–including an extended-range EV–you’ll fuel your vehicle with both electricity and gasoline. Plug-in hybrids typically have a combined electric/gasoline range comparable to many internal combustion engine cars today but travel many more miles per gallon of gasoline and are less expensive to fuel.
Battery EV

Battery EV
The battery EV illustrated above on the right uses no gasoline at all. Battery EVs are powered 100% by electricity, have shorter driving ranges than most gasoline-powered or plug-in hybrid EVs, but emit fewer pollutants and do not require trips to the gas station.

3. How many miles do you drive?

Select the closest number to your actual mileage
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4. What is the fuel cost of your current vehicle?

Enter Current Gasoline Price
Enter Miles per Gallon
Leave blank if you already have
a battery EV
$ per Gallon
MPG
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5. When will you charge your EV?

Charging your EV in the afternoon may carry a higher cost than charging at night.
Charging Times
Calculate
To provide a more accurate rate comparison, we need your help to estimate the cost of a second meter and panel (required for the EV Plan), installed at your expense.
Note: Your second panel and meter must be installed in close proximity to your existing panel.
Select Option Installation Cost Estimate* Description of Charging Conditions at Your Residence
$1,500 Existing electric panel mounted on or near the attached garage or parking space where you charge your EV
$3,000 Existing electric panel is NOT mounted on or near your attached garage or parking space where you charge your EV
$ Your estimate
Calculate
*Find out more information about the installation cost estimate >
*The cost of installing a second meter is driven in part by the distance of the meter from the charging station, which may require additional wiring and possibly trenching. Other factors to consider include overhead v. underground SCE service.

The installation cost estimates are based on the average estimated cost for each scenario described, but can vary significantly within each scenario depending on the specific site conditions at your residence. The above choices do not represent all possible scenarios, but are provided to help you choose the scenario that most closely resembles your situation. You can return later to this page to change your choice to see the impact on the monthly cost to charge your EV on the TOU-EV-1 Rate Plan.

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Rate Choice Comparison

Average Energy Cost Comparison
    Residential Plan Residential
Time-of-use Plan
EV Plan
Household
 
 
 
EV
 

 

 

Monthly Total
 

 

 

Yearly Total
 
 
 
 
Gasoline Vehicle
EV
  Residential Plan Residential
Time-of-use Plan
EV Plan
Electricity -
Gasoline
Monthly Total
Yearly Total
Want to switch rates? Call us at 1-800-4EV-INFO.

Staying on your current plan? Help us check the electric infrastructure serving your charging location.
Compare electric fueling cost to your gasoline vehicle.
Please help us improve the Rate Assistant tool by Providing your feedback
This is what you told us:

ZIP Code:  

1. Daily power usage:
  kWh

2. Vehicle type:
 

3. Miles per year:
 

4. Current gasoline price:
  per gallon

    Miles per gallon:
  MPG

5. Charging time:
 

6. Installation Costs:
 

Find out more information about cost comparison >

Results 

Rate Choice Comparison

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The EV Rate Assistant provides only an estimate of potential EV costs and savings for a typical household and is intended solely for illustrative purposes. Actual costs and savings will vary based on actual consumption, rates, and other factors. If you choose to call 1-800-4EV-INFO to discuss switching to a different rate plan, we will review your actual energy usage with you.
 
 
1. Power usage
1. Power Usage
2. Vehicle type
2. Vehicle Type
3. Miles per year
3. Miles per Year
4. Gasoline price
4. Gasoline Price
5. Charging time
5. Charging Time
6. Installation Costs
6. Installation Costs
7. Results
7. Results

                                                                             
 
Average Monthly Energy Cost Comparison
    Residential Plan Home & EV Plan EV Plan
Household
 

 

 

EV
 

 

 

Monthly Total
 

 

 

Yearly Total
 

 

 

 

ZIP Code:  

1. Daily power usage:
  kWh

2. Vehicle type:
 

3. Miles per year:
 

4. Current gasoline price:
  per gallon

    Miles per gallon:
  MPG

5. Charging time:
 

5. Installation cost:
 

 
We need to ask you a series of questions to prepare the Rate Selection Assistant tool to compare rates currently available to you. Before we get started, we want to provide a brief introduction to the three rates we will be comparing for you today.

The Home & EV Plan (TOU–D) requires a single meter to measure the energy of your entire home, including your EV. It offers lower rates at night and is structured so you may be able to lower your electricity costs immediately and add to your savings when you use energy wisely by shifting load from the high-cost-on-peak period to the lower-cost off-peak periods.

The EV Plan (TOU-EV-1) requires a separate meter to measure only the energy used to charge your EV at a different rate than the rest of your home. It offers lower rates at night and is often selected by people who can charge their EV at night.

Your current Residential Plan (Schedule D) or any applicable residential rate plan requires a single meter to measure the energy of your entire home, including your EV. As more electricity is used within any billing period, the cost per kilowatt hour increases.