Looking for some input on a little experiment I have started to make sure I'm going at this the right way.
I bought a Kill A Watt Edge. For the next month, I'm going to do nothing but level 1 charging at home and run it all through the Kill A Watt. I'm going to track my mileage and write it on a chart in the garage at the end of each day. At the beginning of the next day, after charging all night, I'll write down how many kWh it took to charge and what the Kill A Watt says it cost me based on the average rate of 10.2 cents per kWh from the past 8 months.
My thinking is, I should be able to calculate a cost per mile from this. I should also be able to see how much my Smart is adding to our electric bill each month.
I know I could replace my ClipperCreek level 2 charger with a ChargePoint but doing it through the Kill A Watt seemed like a cheaper option.
Does anyone see any issues with my approach to what I'm trying to do? Am I overthinking it?
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