Looks like California customers could be getting somewhat of a break from these super high gas bills we've been getting recently.😩
“It’s 48 degrees in my home because of the $600 bill I received on (my) limited budget,” one senior citizen, who was forced to shut off her home heat, told members of the California Public Utilities Commission during their virtual meeting Thursday. “It’s outrageous and my neighbors are suffering in the same way.”
The California Public Utilities Commission has voted to immediately distribute the funds from the Climate Credits, which are usually given out in April, to help lower the natural gas bills that have become ridiculously high. So what does this mean? Californians could expect their heating bills to be reduced by $43-$56 based on their natural gas provider. For more information, click here.