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Old 10-06-2017, 03:02 AM   #11
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This would be a great addition. I have a ChargePoint charger at home, but it isn't always charge point when I travel. Ideally, the data would come from the vehicle website (in my case, Fusion Energi)

Right now, I am just dumping Fuelly and ChargePoint to a spreadsheet to combine. I don't count free electric charges. I am really only concerned with total cost of ownership so that when it comes time for me to chose my next vehicle, I can decide between hybrid and plug in hybrid.
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Old 10-15-2017, 08:12 AM   #12
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Any progress on the implementation of electricity as fuel?
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Old 11-19-2017, 07:49 AM   #13
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Need for charging data

I know many think electrification is a long way off but my family now has one hybrid (Volt) and one EV (Bolt) and we would love to see this energy source included in ACar. I have been a loyal use for years and the support for this new type of car would be great. There are a few apps out there that have charge station data but ACar/Fuelly could be years ahead of any competition by adding this now
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Old 03-03-2018, 09:55 AM   #14
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Any update to this?
Itís now 2018, time to grow up....
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Old 06-12-2019, 07:16 PM   #15
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So another 15 months later and I am researching PHEV while there is still a tax credit available. Is there going to be a way to combine and track both the plugged in electric usage and gasoline usage?
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Just visiting and found this thread. My current thinking is to scale the numbers of the 'fraction' fits in the 'integer' MPG value. Two approaches:
  • 10*miles - this will bring mileage into the typical 40 MPG range for many EVs.
  • 0.1 * kWh - achives the same effect of scaling to ordinary MPG values.

In a perfect world, the energy content of a kWh in gasoline gallons would be used, 33.70 kWh per gallon. But such calculations should be done in the application and not require the user to handle the conversion factor. Using a factor of 10 will be off by a factor of 3.37 but at least giving values in a range consistent with the middle range of ordinary gas cars. For example, my Standard Range Plus Model 3 is rated at 25 kWh per 100 miles, 4.0 mi/kWh.
  • 10 scale factor -> 40.0 MPGe
  • 33.7 scale factor -> 134.0 MPGe

I would prefer an accurate metric, using 33.7, but a factor of 10 at least brings it into the realm of understandable by ordinary folks.

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