It’s My EV-iversary!

  • Just shy of 13,000 miles
  • Driving that far required about 3.2 MWh of energy
  • Which means I cycled the battery over 50 times in the year
  • Filling up the “tank” (battery) cost as little as $6 (actually free a couple times) and as much as $38, though the service I use to charge most often costs about $18 for a full charge (200–240 mile range)




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