PG&E customers may see lower bills this month.
The state-mandated California Climate Credit is a program overseen by the California Public Utilities Commission.
Residential customers with natural gas and electric service will get a credit up to $63.
Natural gas-only residents will get up to $28 and for electric-only residential customers, the credit will not exceed $36.
“During the COVID-19 public health crisis, we know that many of our customers may face uncertainty and financial instability due to school and childcare closures, job loss and other economic impacts. We want customers to be aware that the semi-annual California Climate Credit will help reduce their energy costs this month,” said Laurie Giammona, PG&E Senior Vice President and Chief Customer Officer in a press release.
Even with the credits, some bills may be higher as more people are spending time at home due to shelter-at-home orders.