Per Jeju's request and now having the revised OBC entries in torque, here are some additional stats on my vehicle that may be helpful...
Vehicle: 2016 Kia Soul EV (Luxury model with Chademo option), in service as of October 2015
KM total: As of this evening, 8,192 KM
Cumulative kWh CEC: 2,117
Cumulative kWh CED: 2,056
Battery deterioration: Best cell #15, with 0.0% (min det), Worst cell #77, with 3.5% (max det)
Climate: Toronto, Ontario (crappy, need I say more??).. lowest temp was Feb (if I recall correctly, -25C). Highest temp so far +25C last fall and maybe close to that a day or two a few weeks ago. Today was +7C to +10C or so. The vehicle is stored in an underground style parking garage, that usually does not fall below -5C.
Driving style: Mix of highway (100km/hr) and city (50-60 km/hr, in theory!) Trip meter tends to show around 36 km/hr avg. with Toronto traffic when driving just around town with no highway). The vehicle tends to get used during the week as a daily commuter, maybe 20-30 km per day max, at slower city speeds. On weekends, more highway around 80-100 km/hr, trips one way around 30-60 km average. At present, the dash is showing energy use of 15.3 kW/100km. Worst reading was highway use at -25C, lots of wind, and with snow tires mounted. I was pulling around 22 kW/100km that trip easily. Cabin was set to 22C. I might add.. aside from diminished range in the very cold temps, the car performed beautifully - perfectly smooth, quiet, and toasty warm. Average winter energy use was 18-20 kW/100km, mix of city/highway, and cabin set at 22C. I tried to use cabin pre-heat whenever possible (departing from home only, of course).
Charging behaviour: I use delayed charging almost exclusively, to charge the car beginning at 2am, set to 80%. This gives more than enough range during weekday commutes, even in the coldest months. Car probably stops charging usually within 2 hrs (so by 4 am), for the 7am morning commute. On weekends and when I know that I will be driving further, I charge to 100%, but try to plan whenever possible to reach a full charge shortly prior to departure (the timer works well for this).
The vehicle is charged at home, with 2 of three phases (commercial service) for a voltage that hovers between 208 and 2011 volts on average. The charger I built myself (OPENEVSE), which is set at 30 amps. During charging, the OPENEVSE reads 29.3 amp draw on its display when set at 30 (usually), which works out to 210x29.3=6.153kw. The reading I took this evening with the revised OBC codes showed 210.2 volts @ 28.7A and 6.0KW (so pretty close to my calcs).
I should add, in the winter I'd often plug the car in every night to take advantage of morning pre-heating, so SOC usually never fell below 55-60%, or went above 80%. Now that it's warmer, I push it a little more and don't feel compelled to charge every night. Still, I usually don't let the battery fall too low. Lowest ever was maybe 15%-19% or so.
I have used this maybe 3 or 4 times (unfortunately - I wish I had more opportunity to use this), mostly just to try it out. There are almost ZERO fast chargers around here.. and the greater Toronto area is home to around 6 million people. Truly, truly sad state of charing infrastructure at the moment here.. but I digress. Point being, not much fast charging on this battery pack, so far.
Wow.. that was MUCH more than I planned to write.