Majority of Californians surveyed claim they are conserving electricity

The special report, which was released today, indicates that Californians in 2000 were paying an average $75 a month for electricity and that in 2001, their bills have gone up 36 percent to a current average of $102 a month. More rate increases are anticipated. Almost three-quarters of respondents expect to pay 40 percent more on their electric bills next year than they are currently paying.

By the OGJ Online Staff

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