There are charging losses when AC or DC charging, and these tend to vary based on whether, AC/DC is used, which charging station is used, What the temperature/SoC/battery % is. The issue is that Tronity is not automatically and more accurately reporting the charging costs due to these losses. It is also time consuming and manual for us to upload the receipts from the charging stations. So my recommendation is that you have an algorithm, which takes in a few example real examples of charger kWh based on the charger/receipt, and then for future charges, it automatically suggests the cost based on whether it's a 5-10% or whatever loss.
Perhaps this algorithm works based on uploading at least 3 different real kWh charges per station. So that the algorithm can work differently per station, and therefore different depending on AC/DC, or slow charger or faster charge?
It may be more complex?
At the moment, Tronity is underreporting the actual charging costs, and it would be nice to get this more accurate.
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