July 13, 2024

More You Make the More You Pay for Electricity

Not yet effective, but coming soon. . .California utility companies rolled out a new fixed-rate bill proposal.

The basics of the proposal are the more you make, the more you pay for the flat rate.

More You Make the More You Pay for Electricity - San Diego Residential Property Outlook

Then there will be a reduced usage charges, subsidized for all households by the flat rate. Here’s the breakdown in pricing for San Diegans. Household income $28,000 – $69,000 would pay $34 a month. Households income from $69,000 – $180,000 would pay $73 a month. Household income above $180,000 would pay $128 a month.

All these fees are tacked on before using a single kilowatt hour, meaning median-income San Diegans will pay $876 a year in electricity rates, regardless of whether they use any electricity. Also, you San Diegans will still get charged these monthly rates if they have residential solar.

So people are leaving California in droves and it’s mostly rich people and what do you think is going to happen when companies and rich people have to pay a much higher fee than everybody else that’s not being equal and fair to everyone. What’s gonna happen? They’re gonna start moving out even more than they already are. You’re losing your rich people California, so where are you going to get all this money from? Thank God I moved out of California.

If you would like to contact the California Public Utlities Comission, you can do so by filling out this forum on their website, or calling 1-800-649-7570. We can stop this, but it will take everyone speaking out.


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