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EV’s can already be at cost parity once you factor in the cost of energy to power them. Depending on gas prices and electricity costs in your area, plus your annual miles driven, of course.

I’m paying about 3 cents per mile when I charge on the night rate, while my solar production during the day nets 2–3 times more than the cost of a full charge each sunny day.

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