I was able to push 97% of my electricity to off-peak times just with digital controls. Those peak kilowatt hours cost be $6-$7. I bet I could shrink that further.
I was only running Levll about half the time. So this means my peak vs. off-peak usage was already favorable for Coast Electric cooperative’s time-of-use residential rate, but it also means Levll prevents runaway costs.
We will take a closer look at day-to-day data next.