Still Fussing

Captain’s Log   6,003

I am still made at the utility company.  REALLY mad.  Get this.

November 25, 2014 (San Diego) – For years, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) has ranked highest in the nation—or nearly so–for the most expensive utility rates in America.  The annual survey is conducted by Jacksonville Electric Authority.

But now SDG&E has stopped providing its data to Jacksonville in 2013, after the company received bad publicity for its high rates.  So San Diegans no longer know where our city ranks in utility rates.

Isn’t that nice?

In Colorado, customers are rewarded for using solar.  Here in San Diego, solar customers are faced with higher kilowatt rates because they took measures to save money.  It makes no sense.

I hope I stop fussing about this soon.  But for now, I fuss.


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14 responses to “Still Fussing

  1. poundheadhere

    Here someone who has solar panels has to PAY the electric company for the privilege. You’re billed for it monthly as a surcharge on your electric bill. You’re also about to be taxed up the wazoo for it. It sucks wihen our government patsies are so deep in the utility companies’ pockets they should be married.

  2. susanna

    Sounds like a great topic for Voice of San Diego. SDG&E are crooks hoping to hide their ability to take everyone to the cleaners. Why are there no laws preventing this kind of monopoly of injustice? .

  3. Obviously someone is hiding the facts. Any chance talking to the media would help?

  4. farmgirl

    Just don’t blow a fuse. It may cost you your life savings……:-)

  5. Just keep fussing. How about a letter to the government folks? lol

  6. Penny Tushingham

    Some things are a no win situation!

    Pen Pen

  7. bholles

    Fuss away.

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