I appreciate that a turned off droplet still costs resources. However, I did not expect that it did not really matter if I turned off my droplet or not! The 'hourly pricing' table sorta suggests pricing by instance-hour. With other providers, it does save money if you turn off a droplet. It is unexpected that a turned off server costs 100% of one that is active.
Please add notes when powering down/activating a service that this will not impact billing.