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Peak Electricity Pricing Today for PG&E Customers!


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Today and tomorrow are the first Peak-Day Pricing (PDP) events of 2012 for Pacific Gas & Electric. That means that for commercial customers throughout Northern California electricity is about to get very expensive.

From 2 PM  until 6 PM on  Monday July 9th and Tuesday July 10th, PG&E’s E-19 customers will pay $1.20/kWh Here at Genability we’ve seen instances where some PG&E customer’s can incur up to 20% of the annual electricity bills during the 36-60 hours a year that are designated as PDP events.

Want to dig into the details? Log into Explorer and run some calculations on your usage data to see what impact it will have on your bill.

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