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USA: PG&E E9 rate effective today

E. PG&E EV Rates
PG&E offers special rates to encourage EV market development and electricity use during nighttime, off-peak hours when the utility has surplus distribution capacity. EV charging is a natural
match for time-of-use rates since most EV users—in both residences and fleets—find that the
most convenient (and sometimes the only) time to charge their vehicle is overnight.
There are two options available to homeowners seeking to use TOU rates. First, the entire
house—including the EVSE—can be metered under the special EV rates (see below). An alternative is to meter the EVSE separately from the rest of the house. To accommodate this, a second
meter panel or a special dual-meter adapter is required. The adapter may not work in all residential installations. In such cases, the customer may have to pay a licensed electrician to install a
second meter conforming to local jurisdiction or utility requirements. When the customer has the
meter installed, requirements for city permits and inspections apply (see section on local regulations).
PG&E’s rate schedule E9 is based on time-of-use and season. Residential customers have the
option of selecting one of two rates from rate schedule E9, depending on their meter set-up. Rate
E9A applies to electricity used in the entire residence, including the EV and does not requireEV Infrastructure Installation Guide 10

EV Infrastructure Installation Guide 9
 Lockheed Martin
Product Name: 14.4 kW Conductive Charger Station
Charging Type: Conductive
Charging Level: Level II
Price: Not available. See comments below
Contact: Edison EV – 888/890-GOEV or ETEC – 888/383-2387
Comments: The charger is included with the purchase of Chrysler’s EPIC minivan only and not
available for general purchase.
 Norvik
Product Name: Minit Charger
Charging Type: Conductive
Charging Level: Level II and Level III (fast charge)
Price: Ranges from $35,000 for a 35 kW charger to $125,000 for the 250 kW fast charger.
Contact: Janet Vogt, Norvik Traction, Inc., 905/828-7700
Comments: Price varies depending on model features
 SCI Systems
Product Name: Stylized Wall Mount; Pedestal
Charging Type: Conductive
Charging Level: Level II
Price: Stylized Wall Mount, single outlet – $1,800; Pedestal, single outlet – $2,695; Pedestal,
dual outlets – $3,995
Contact: ETEC – 888/383-2387
Comments: Custom configurations are available
E. PG&E EV Rates
PG&E offers special rates to encourage EV market development and electricity use during nighttime, off-peak hours when the utility has surplus distribution capacity. EV charging is a natural
match for time-of-use rates since most EV users—in both residences and fleets—find that the
most convenient (and sometimes the only) time to charge their vehicle is overnight.
There are two options available to homeowners seeking to use TOU rates. First, the entire
house—including the EVSE—can be metered under the special EV rates (see below). An alternative is to meter the EVSE separately from the rest of the house. To accommodate this, a second
meter panel or a special dual-meter adapter is required. The adapter may not work in all residential installations. In such cases, the customer may have to pay a licensed electrician to install a
second meter conforming to local jurisdiction or utility requirements. When the customer has the
meter installed, requirements for city permits and inspections apply (see section on local regulations).
PG&E’s rate schedule E9 is based on time-of-use and season. Residential customers have the
option of selecting one of two rates from rate schedule E9, depending on their meter set-up. Rate
E9A applies to electricity used in the entire residence, including the EV and does not require
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