DAVIS (CBS13) – Groups opposed to PG&E’s new rate structure are being told to speak out at a Public Utilities Commission meeting on Thursday at UC Davis.

Many PG&E customers said their bills in December and January skyrocketed for no reason.

The utility says the hikes are due to a combination of rate changes and increased usage during winter.

State Sen. Jerry Hill is calling for PG&E and California’s Public Utilities Commission to fix the company’s rate structure.

Concerned customers can speak out during the public comment period at the UC Davis meeting.

The meeting starts at 9:30 a.m.

Comments
  1. Eric Koontz says:

    Attending this meeting is a complete waste of time. the California PUC just rubber stamps any rate hike PG&E wants!

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