You Received a California Climate Credit
California is fighting climate change and so can you! Your ill includes a Climate Credit from a state program to cut carbon pollution while also reducing your energy costs. Find out how at energyupgradeCa.org/credit
So I went to the website and found this:
Millions of Californians will see savings on their electricity bill—in April and October for residential customers and monthly for small businesses—from a state program to fight climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Climate Credit is designed to help all of us in California fight climate change and clean the air. You don’t need to do anything to get the credit, but if you want to join California’s efforts to tackle climate change, there’s a lot you can do.
The credit goes to households and small businesses located where privately owned utilities regulated by the Public Utilities Commission provide electricity distribution services. That includes customers of PG&E, SDG&E, Southern California Edison, PacificPower, Liberty Utilities and those who buy electricity generation in those areas from direct access providers and community choice aggregators such as Marin Clean Energy.
The amount of the credit varies based on utility or electric service provider.