June 2016 Here’s what is changing this summer!

Not only does summertime bring changes to the weather, but on soon, SDG&E customers will see a change in how they are billed for electricity.  Last year, the California Public Utilities Commission approved a new electric rate structure statewide.  For SDG&E customers, this will result in a consolidation of the current 3 tier structure, down to 2 tiers.  How these changes may affect a customer’s electric bill will depend on their energy use, where they live and whether they are enrolled in a bill discount program like California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE). To read more about this statewide rate reform initiative and any changes to your SDG&E bill, please visit: http://www.sdge.com/RateReform/.

Summer is also a great time to save energy and money!  Here are some solutions that can help you save money:

Hot tip! You can’t turn back time, but you can turn back your thermostat 7-10 degrees for 8 hours per day & save up to 10% a year!

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