California Utilities Propose Charging Customers Based On How Rich They Are

California Utilities Propose Charging Customers Based On How Rich They Are
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As if the relatively affluent needed another reason to escape California… If you earn more, you pay more. That’s the bottom-line impact on your electricity bill if a proposal from California’s three largest power companies is passed.

  • Households earning less than $28,000 a year would pay a fixed charge of $15 a month on their electric bills in Edison and PG&E territories and $24 a month in SDG&E territory.
  • Households with annual income from $28,000 – $69,000 would pay $20 a month in Edison territory, $34 a month in SDG&E territory and $30 a month in PG&E territory.
  • Households earning from $69,000 – $180,000 would pay $51 a month in Edison and PG&E territories and $73 a month in SDG&E territory.
  • Those with incomes above $180,000 would pay $85 a month in Edison territory, $128 a month in SDG&E territory and $92 a month in PG&E territory.

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