How Much Does A Tesla Cost On Your Electric Bill?
To get the exact cost per kWh, take the total electricity bill value from the previous month an
d divide it by kWh used,
which takes all of the fees and charges associated with getting power to your house.
Using this same information on average per-kWh charges for residential use,
we can work out what the battery charging costs for
the Tesla Model S will be between 0% and 100%.
Based on national average electricity costs of 15.42 cents per kWh, and adding 15% to acc
ount for the home chargers inefficiency,
it will cost $8.82 to $17.65 for the Tesla to charge from 0% to 100%.
Moving to Teslas less-expensive range, a 50-kWh battery on a Standard Range Plus Model 3 will cost around $11.47 to charge completely,
and an 82-kWh battery in another trim will run you around $18.82 per.
The cost to charge up completely depends on model and battery capacity, but using an average price in t
he US of $0.14 per kWh,
Electrek calculated most models will cost $4 to $5 to recharge to 100 miles, provided that you are charging at home.
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