Greedy San Diego Gas & Electric’s program aimed at reducing air conditioning usage during the hottest days of the summer is going through a significant reduction of its own.
The investor-owned utility has culled 6,600 customers from its Summer Saver Program.
There are still 20,000 SDG&E customers enrolled in the plan, most of them residential customers. The move marks the first time customers have been cut from the program.
Chris Landry, a Scripps Ranch homeowner who has received a year-end credit on her SDG&E bill through the Summer Saver Program that she estimated at $200 to $400, is skeptical about the utility’s motivations.
“I think the program is costing them too much,” she said.
That pretty well sums it up.
Read the whole story in the San Diego Union-Tribune
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