Month of October 2022 Nat’l Avg $3.800)

Discussion in 'The Daily Grind' started by Gord, Oct 3, 2022.

  1. Gord

    Gord Super Moderator Staff Member

    Catch-up Time! :p

    10/14
    Back home, 60°F:
    20.1 miles - 211 Wh/mi or 4.7 Mi/kWh

    Packed the car then off to holiday home via a stop at a garden center, road closure meant a bit of a detour, 64 to 57°F:
    87.4 miles - 178 Wh/mi or 5.6 Mi/kWh
    23.5 miles - 215 Wh/mi or 4.7 Mi/kWh
    Got back with SOC at 29%

    10/16
    Back home via ice cream parlor for lunch, 58°F:
    5.1 miles - 271 Wh/mi or 3.7 Mi/kWh
    103.0 miles - 186 Wh/mi or 5.4 Mi/kWh
    Home charge, 53.80 miles added in 1'40". Took it to 88% to allow for a top-off the morning after.

    10/17
    To free charger on the way to work, 51°F:
    2.9 miles - 106 Wh/mi or 9.4 Mi/kWh
    41.91 miles added in 49".
    Charger to work, 56°F:
    19.2 miles - 196 Wh/mi or 5.1 Mi/kWh
    Back home, 56°F:
    19.7 miles - 196 Wh/mi or 5.1 Mi/kW
    To mum's house, then pub then home:
    7.8 miles - 152 Wh/mi or 6.6 Mi/kW
    0.2 miles - 409 Wh/mi or 2.4 Mi/kW
    4.5 miles - 287 Wh/mi or 3.5 Mi/kW

    10/18
    To free charger on the way to work, 42°F:
    2.9 miles - 177 Wh/mi or 5.6 Mi/kWh
    41.45 miles added in 49".
    Charger to work, 41°F:
    19.2 miles - 211 Wh/mi or 4.7 Mi/kWh
    Back home, 55°F:
    19.6 miles - 182 Wh/mi or 5.5 Mi/kW
    To mother-in-law's house, quick charge while I was there, 56°F:
    3.2 miles - 177 Wh/mi or 5.6 Mi/kWh
    3.81 miles added in 14".
    3.2 miles - 177 Wh/mi or 5.6 Mi/kWh

    10/19
    To free charger on the way to work, 47°F:
    2.8 miles - 142 Wh/mi or 7.0 Mi/kWh
    39.05 miles added in 46".
    Charger to work, 47°F:
    19.2 miles - 196 Wh/mi or 5.1 Mi/kWh
    Back home, 56°F:
    19.8 miles - 195 Wh/mi or 5.1 Mi/kW

    10/20
    To free charger on the way to work, 54°F:
    2.9 miles - 137 Wh/mi or 7.3 Mi/kWh
    43.34 miles added in 49".
    Charger to work, 54°F:
    19.2 miles - 201 Wh/mi or 5.0 Mi/kWh
    Back home via a visit to mum, 55°F:
    19.0 miles - 208 Wh/mi or 4.8 Mi/kW
    2.6 miles - 231 Wh/mi or 4.3 Mi/kW

    10/21
    To mother-in-law's to tidy up the house and garden, 52°F:
    3.2 miles - 156 Wh/mi or 6.4 Mi/kWh
    30.95 miles added in 1'50".
    Back home, 57°F:
    3.4 miles - 206 Wh/mi or 4.9 Mi/kWh
    To a couple of shops, one of them had a free 7 kW charger so had a quick charge, 59°F:
    2.3 miles - 261 Wh/mi or 3.8 Mi/kW
    0.9 miles - 113 Wh/mi or 8.8 Mi/kW
    8.57 miles added in 17"
    2.1 miles - 285 Wh/mi or 3.5 Mi/kW
    Dropped daughter off at train station (round trip):
    3.8 miles - 211 Wh/mi or 4.7 Mi/kW
    Home charge, 142.44 miles added in 4'19". Took SOC to 90% ready for a trip to holiday home.

    10/22
    To holiday home, 52°F:
    108 miles - 177 Wh/mi or 5.6 Mi/kWh
    Only drove just over 40 miles while we were there for the week - various trips and a couple of slow (2 kW) charges:
    74.28 miles added in 7'32"
    10.8 miles - 268 Wh/mi or 3.7 Mi/kW
    10.8 miles - 148 Wh/mi or 6.8 Mi/kW
    4.8 miles - 188 Wh/mi or 5.3 Mi/kW
    1.4 miles - 367 Wh/mi or 2.7 Mi/kW
    2.6 miles - 269 Wh/mi or 3.7 Mi/kW
    3.2 miles - 191 Wh/mi or 5.2 Mi/kW
    3.8 miles - 266 Wh/mi or 3.8 Mi/kW
    3.7 miles - 135 Wh/mi or 7.4 Mi/kW
    31.44 miles added in 3'08"

    10/29
    Back home with a couple of stops, 53°F:
    41.2 miles - 223 Wh/mi or 4.5 Mi/kW
    3.5 miles - 200 Wh/mi or 5.0 Mi/kW
    63.5 miles - 191 Wh/mi or 5.2 Mi/kW

    To pub for lunch:
    1.7 miles - 180 Wh/mi or 5.6 Mi/kW
    1.4 miles - 279 Wh/mi or 3.6 Mi/kW

    To look at a new build house with daughter with a stop at a supermarket on the way back, 63°F:
    4.1 miles - 145 Wh/mi or 6.9 Mi/kW
    0.7 miles - 151 Wh/mi or 6.6 Mi/kW
    3.5 miles - 257 Wh/mi or 3.9 Mi/kW

    10/30
    To mother-in-law's house via a supermarket, 57°F:
    1.8 miles - 113 Wh/mi or 8.8 Mi/kW
    1.5 miles - 204 Wh/mi or 4.9 Mi/kW
    14.29 miles added in 52"
    3.4 miles - 207 Wh/mi or 4.8 Mi/kW

    10/31
    Daughter wanted a lift to a conference center near work so just a small home charge before setting off later than normal, 53°F:
    15.23 miles added in 28"
    To solicitor's to drop off some paperwork then to on to work:
    18.2 miles - 202 Wh/mi or 5.0 Mi/kW
    2.2 miles - 182 Wh/mi or 5.5 Mi/kW
    Back home, 56°F:
    19.6 miles - 203 Wh/mi or 4.9 Mi/kW

    October stats:

    Miles driven: 1394.7
    Free charging: 126.90 kW
    Paid charging: 174.68 kW - £35 ~ $40.40
    Cost per mile: 2.9¢
    2022 Cost per mile: 2.36¢ (so far)
    Lifetime Cost per mile: 2.18¢
     
  2. litesong

    litesong litesong

    Busy Gord, still picking FREE electrons where he can…….
    .October stats:
    Free charging: 126.90 kW
     
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  3. litesong

    litesong litesong

    Was so mesmerized by your costs per mile, I did not notice……did you mean kWhr, instead of kW?
     
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  4. litesong

    litesong litesong

    Ha haaaa! Yes, read the partial post above.
    Just found a depth gauge chart for the Columbia River! At the parks along the Columbia River at Wenatchee, I’ve walked on one of the floating docks. The water for such a large river is moving quickly, & strongly burbles, around the large concrete pilings anchoring the dock, with deep-toned soundings. If you fell off the dock, you may not be able to get out of the river for a long time & way down the river…..if you can ever get out of the river.

    The feeling along the shore of the Columbia River, within Wenatchee city limits, is the river is deep….I mean DEEP & moving very fast. AND lo, the depth gauge chart has many of its deepest readings in the 70 to 80 foot depth ranges. & only with a short search of the chart, I found one Columbia River hole that is 117 feet deep! Whoa! I was expecting to see a very deep depth, but 117 feet deep, that is awesome.
    As I’ve said, you can almost “feel” the depth, just sitting in the parks along the river!
     
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2022

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