The average charging rates in the table were calculated by simply dividing the total energy drawn by the time of the charging session and then multiplying by 60 to translate kWm to kWh. It could be that the receipt incorrectly reported the amount of energy dispensed or time of the charging session.I am confused as to the EA charing rates as some of them don't match what they have on their website, such as the IL and IA rates. Did you incur idle fees or something that you added to the average of the rates. I also assume that you have a pass membership as that basically pays itself with 2 or so charges.
On the ICE cars blocking the chargers, does the hotel do anything about that such as contacting the guests to have them move their cars?
When we stopped at EA stations, we made it's point to plug into the 350kWh units. The top charging rate I observed was 212.
Yes, we paid $4 for the pass that discounts the ongoing rate. That works well except you have to top of with at least $10. You can't just pay for what you use.
The hotel attendant didn't have much to say about the parking spots being blocked. There actually were no available spots in the entire lot. It was very late when we rolled in and we were too tired to have much of a discussion. We called the Hilton the next day and they issued us a partial refund and opened a case to investigate why that hotel didn't have enough parking to accommodate all the guests.