HUMBOLDT COUNTY, Calif. (KIEM) — PG&E customers should expect their utility bills for this month to be a little lower thanks to the California Climate Credit. The credit was created by the California Public Utilities Commission and is part of the state’s efforts to combat climate change.
If you receive both natural gas and electric service this month, you’ll see a discount of $41.82. For only natural gas, the discount will be $17.20. The credit will automatically be added to your bill for either April or May depending on your billing cycle. The distribution of the credit was sped up in response to increased energy use at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
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“We hope that this credit will help offset some of the costs for our customers who are struggling financially. We know a lot of our customers are struggling due to the pandemic. If you are, please call us now. PG&E is here to help. We have financial assistance programs, payment plans, call us now and we’ll help you,” according to Deanna Contreras, a spokesperson for PG&E.
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