Here is an article I ran across on Tesla’s advantage in Li-ion batteries. It has a great graph on how temperature and depth of discharge affects battery longevity (# of cycles and capacity loss). The take home is that not letting your battery sit around for long periods at 100% is bad for battery health. Also, temperature extremes and depth of discharge are not conducive to battery longevity. I’m already using scheduling to complete charging just before I leave to next day to reduce the amount of time the battery sits at 100% SOC. Also I cleaned out the garage which along with many other benefits let’s my Clarity avoid some of the temperature extremes. And I don’t charge every night if I have enough range for the next day without going below 20% SOC. Probably not possible for you working or commuting stiffs. It’s a trade off between depth of discharge and time spent at 100% SOC. I wonder where the sweet spot is. Boy, I really wish Honda gave us the software option of charging to a specific % SOC for when we don’t need the whole range. For me, there are a lot of days I could get by with only charging to 80 or 90%. I’m curious what others are doing to try and keep their battery healthy with the least amount of degradation and range loss while still maintaining their needed range. Any other suggestions? https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-battery-advantage-interview/ Also attached as a PDF in case link goes down.