The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and the California Air Resources Board (ARB) reminded consumers today to look for a credit in their April or May electricity bills. Almost 10.7 million Californian households will see their bills reduced by an average of $27 as a result of provisions in the State’s Cap-and-Trade Program to fight climate change. This will be the third time the credits have been given. In April and October of last year, $736 million was given to consumers via credits. CPUC and ARB estimate that $577 million will be given in 2015.
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