You may notice something called a California Climate Credit on your electricity bill. This credit is your share of money from a state program that is fighting climate change. It happens automatically in April/May and October/November for most California homeowners and monthly for most California small businesses – and it’s yours to keep.
But if you spend it on a few energy efficient measures, you’ll see even more savings. And our climate will be the better for it.
Learn more about the Climate Credit for households
Learn more about the Climate Credit for small businesses
Here are a few simple things you can do with your climate credit.
Here are a few other simple products that can make a positive impact on the environment and help you save money. They each cost about the same as one climate credit will save on your utility bill.
Learn more by downloading our handy one-page sheet
California requires large industrial facilities like power plants to pay for permits when they put carbon pollution into the air. Some of that money is used by the state to fight climate change, and some goes to households and small businesses as the California Climate Credit. The climate credit is designed to help you play a part in California’s efforts to build a clean energy economy, cut air pollution and save money.