Sort of. I came across this site via a friend who owns a Chevy Volt. https://www.voltstats.net/ . It’s an interesting way for Volt owners to track their electricity and fuel consumption usage vs other Volt owners. According to the owner of the site from the FAQ: “The site interfaces with the web service used by Onstar’s mobile applications.” . Neat.
All your typical data is available to measure your performance appears to be available, such as username, state, EV miles, total miles, MPGe etc… Throw them all together, and you get a nice graph. (randomly selected user below)
Then you have your achievements which obviously do not have any monetary value. This appears to be a great way to ‘compete’ against your friends and the rest of the community in the name of being more green. Use more electricity, 1-up to the next level. The stats given are also an excellent way to see how efficient your driving is. Maybe your lead foot for your 60 mile commute uses too much electricity and you started to burn fuel. Ease off and increase your MPGe’s. Let’s just hope that you don’t see every Volt on the road hypermiling for achieving the next level, while holding up traffic.