PG&E customers in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties will soon start paying more for electricity used during peak afternoon and evening hours, under a “time of use” rate plan the utility is rolling out this year.
PG&E is introducing the new rate structure across northern and central California, with the plan set to start in Santa Clara County in June and San Mateo County in September.
Under the new rate plan, …
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