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California Climate Credit program will lead to lower utility bills this summer, SDG&E says


Last updated 3/24/2021 at 2:56pm

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - San Diego Gas & Electric announced Wednesday that residential customers will receive a break on their utility bills in the coming months, thanks the state's efforts to fight climate change.

Due to the California Climate Credit program, natural gas customers will see their bill reduced by $17.86 in April. This summer, SDG&E electricity customers will also see their bills offset by $34.60 in climate credits in both August and September — a total of $69.20 — when energy use typically goes up due to hot weather, according to the utility.

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