PG&E Gives out Climate Credits Early
California's biggest utility is bringing relief as winter storms lead to higher bills. PG-and-E issued its Climate Credit earlier than expected. That means customers will see about a 75-percent drop in how much they're paying this month for natural gas. The credit comes from the state's emission allowance program and is handed out every spring and fall. The average bill is expected to be about 37-dollars, compared to 150 last month.