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California Rebate Meant To Encourage Energy Conservation

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Expect to see a rebate on your utility bill this month. SDG&E will be crediting $36.24 to its customers.

It's all part of a "climate credit" rebate and the utility company is hoping customers will use the refund to become more energy efficient at home.

The credit is part of the state's Global Warming Solutions Act. Payments are made into a fund by power plants and other industries who put carbon into the air.

Customers will see rebates in April and October each year.

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muckapoo1 | April 7, 2014 at 1:56 p.m. ― 2 years, 10 months ago

I appreciate the rebate and will laugh seeing it lower my bill. It has recently been disclosed that 2013 was the coldest year on record. It is part of a 20 year cooling period now in progress. Antarctica's ice is a record high.

This carbon tax is the greatest hoax perpetrated in decades. Having a dumb-downed public is certainly an advantage to the al-gore mentality. Thank you public education.

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