DEMAND A FAIR ENERGY BILL

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Energy Costs Are Rising

Energy Costs Are Rising

New taxes, clean energy mandates and inflation makes energy production more expensive.
We Have an Outdated Rate Structure

We Have an Outdated Rate Structure

Due to legislation passed back in 2001, some customers pay the full cost of rising energy expenses while others do not.
The Current System is Unsustainable

The Current System is Unsustainable

Hundreds of thousands of San Diego families pay more than they should for electricity.
Rate Relief is on the Way

Rate Relief is on the Way

The solution is a more equitable rate structure that fairly applies energy costs to all customers. The CPUC has pledged to act by mid-2015.
Learn More About Why Energy Rate Reform is Necessary

Learn More About Why Energy Rate Reform is Necessary

Read more about current Rate Reform Progress (PDF).

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  1. California’s energy rate model is broken, and that has caused many San Diego families to pay millions more for electricity each year than they should. If not fixed, this problem will continue to get worse and local families will continue to suffer unnecessarily high energy bills.

    Jerry Sanders

    Former San Diego Mayor

    San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce President and CEO

  2. Our family has really struggled with the rising cost of electricity. I understand that the more I use, the more I should pay, but our bills are really out of control and we need action to be taken now to fix this broken system.

    Carlette Lewis

    Community Leader

  3. Warm summer weather presents a difficult choice for many San Diegans – stay cool with air conditioning and pay more than you should, or save money and do without. Low-income families and seniors on fixed incomes are in a particularly difficult situation. Real rate reform will help balance out costs more fairly and avoid these difficult types of decisions.

    Jim Madaffer

    Former San Diego City Councilman

  4. California is in desperate need of a more equitable rate structure that fairly applies energy costs to all customers. San Diego families, especially those in warm inland communities, need the CPUC to act as soon as possible to deliver real rate relief.

    Lori Holt Pfeiler

    Former Escondido Mayor