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HISTORICAL RATES FROM PGE AND RATE OPTIONS...

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2020

.24

.30

.53 (.38 during covid-19)

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Learn what's changing and why. 

To make electric rates simpler for all customers, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) voted on July 3, 2015 to adopt a series of changes to the residential rate structure. As a result, the way utilities charge for electricity is changing throughout California. The new structure is more closely aligned with the actual costs of providing electric service.

 

The previous multi-tier rate structure was established during the energy crisis in 2001, when energy was in limited supply, electricity prices were at record highs and issues with electric reliability were frequent occurrences. In addition, renewable energy wasn’t widely accessible and meters were read manually. Since then, things have changed. Progress has been made in nearly every sector of energy.

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