DWP’s green strategy could come with rate increases, the agency says

Electricity bills could rise an average of 5% to 8% in the next several years. But environmental groups criticize the plan for backing away from Villaraigosa’s goals on clean energy. Customers of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power could see electricity bills go up an average of 3% to 5% over each of the next 20 years if the agency moves ahead with a new strategy for making itself greener, utility officials said.

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DWP’s green strategy could come with rate increases, the agency says

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