This does not include the Climate Credit because it was taken against my gas bill. I already paid the minimum charges, so the final amount owed for the year was $955.63.
$955 for 'gas' for two cars is very good.
My solar system is way too small for two EVs. Last year with only one EV I actually had some negative dollar months in the Summer. It would probably give zero cost for the house alone though. Now that I look at it, the total net cost of electricity ($1009.40/8562) is only 11.7c/kWh. That's pretty awesome considering PG&E rates.
The last two months were on EV-A, hence the Winter On-Peak. The rest were E9-A. Making that change saved me about $26. March-October it's probably a wash, but the months that are over 850kWh net are cheaper on EV-A given my massively off-peak skewed usage.
I'm on SDGE TOU2, but am considering going back to tiered rates. I don't think it will get down to $0.117 per kWh, but its worth calculating.