PG&E Residential Customers Will Receive State-Mandated Climate Credit Reducing April Bills
Helps Residential Customers Under Stay-at-Home Orders Who May Be Using more Energy to Receive Lower Bills
Up to $63 Credit to Benefit Residential Customers during Covid-19 Pandemic
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Pacific Gas and Electric Company residential customers will receive the California Climate Credit on their bills during the April billing cycle. The credit totals $62.91 for PG&E residential customers receiving both natural gas and electric service. For natural gas-only residential customers the credit will be $27.18, and for electric-only residential customers the credit will be $35.73.
This credit is especially timely given that many residential customers under stay-at-home orders may be using more energy than usual, which could increase their energy bills…. [continued – PDF news release]