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Pay less to charge your electric vehicle (EV) overnight.

EV drivers have the option to charge at night and on weekends for a reduced electric price. This pricing plan is ideal for those who can wait to charge their vehicle at night and on weekends but want to use electricity in their homes at any time of day.

  • If you charge overnight from 9:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. Monday through Friday, and at any time on weekends, the cost to charge will be about half of the normal cost of energy.
  • If you charge from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, the cost to charge will be about double the normal cost of energy.

Additional $4.95 monthly service charge for the additional EV meter.


To participate in the EV Pricing Plan, you will need to have a second meter installed. You'll need to work with a certified electrician to install a meter socket and perform any additional wiring. The upfront cost of this work will vary per house and depend heavily on the distance between your charging location and the location of your current service panel and electric meter.

Get Started

  1. Visit our online EV Advisor to help you decide what EV and pricing plan best fits your lifestyle.
  2. Before continuing, check out our EV Subscription Service Pilot that may be a good fit and save you upfront installation costs.
  3. If the EV Pricing Plan, involving a separate meter and service is best for you, complete this application form.
  4. Contact an electrician for an estimate on the meter housing equipment installation. Check out this list of EV electricians who are familiar with our EV Pricing Plan.
  5. Work with your electrician to send a completed inspection document to
  6. After our teams receive your inspection documents and verify your applications, we will visit your home and install the new meter next to your existing one.
  7. As soon as the second meter is installed and the service is energized, you can start charging and saving.
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