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CA Climate Credit to offset SDG&E customers' electric bills in October  

SAN DIEGO – For the third time this year, San Diego Gas & Electric residential customers will get a break on their energy bill, thanks to the California Climate Credit program administered by the California Public Utilities Commission as part of the state’s effort to fight climate change. In October, residential electric customers will see a $60.70 credit on their statement. Billing cycles vary for customers, so not everyone will see the bill credit at the same time in October.

Earlier this year, SDG&E residential customers who have both gas and electric service saw about $104 in bill credits applied to their February and March SDG&E statements. These two earlier installments of credits plus the latest one add up to $164.80 for the year.

“We appreciate working collaboratively with the California Public Utilities Commission to distribute the Climate Credit and offer some financial relief to our customers,” Dana Goldan, vice president of customer services for SDG&E, said. “Anyone struggling to pay their bill is encouraged to reach out to us. We’re here to help connect them with financial assistance programs.”

The California Climate Credit is part of the Golden State’s efforts to fight climate change. This credit comes from the state’s cap-and-trade program, which requires power plants, fuel providers and large industrial facilities that emit greenhouse gasses to buy carbon pollution permits.

The credits are typically distributed twice a year, and they represent customers’ share of the benefits from the state’s program and provide consumers with an increased opportunity to invest in energy-saving products during the transition to a low-carbon future.

There is no action required to receive the credit. All electricity customers, including community choice aggregation customers, will automatically receive the credit in their upcoming billing cycle. SDG&E will also alert customers to the Climate Credit via email.

Customers who are struggling to pay their SDG&E bill are encouraged to visit http://sdge.com/assistance to explore all of the resources available to them – bill discounts, debt relief payment arrangements and no-cost energy efficiency upgrades that can help lower their bill long-term.   

For more information, visit http://SDGEnews.com.

Submitted by San Diego Gas & Electric.

 

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