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Amount will be Credited to Californians’ Gas and Electricity Bills, the Coming Month

According to Governor Gavin Newsom, many Californians will receive a credit on their natural gas and electricity bills.

The credit, which was declared in a tweet on Thursday afternoon, will act as a comfort to many, as utility costs have significantly increased in recent months and are now around 32% higher than they were at the same time the previous year.

The payments, which were previously scheduled for late spring but have been brought earlier to provide relief sooner, according to the governor, should be seen by people as a $90-$120 credit.

Customers and advocates have been demanding explanations for the sudden rise in prices.

“Winter has been freezing. Demand has increased, utilization has increased, “said Paul Moreno, a PG&E spokesperson. Supply-wise, things are unfortunately a little more challenging.

According to officials, the rise is also due to the rising price of natural gas.