BC Hydro giving three-month credit

BC Hydro is giving residential and small business customers a break during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Premier John Horgan says individuals who have lost wages or their jobs will be able to apply for a three-month credit on their residential power bills.

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The government says the credit will not have to be repaid, which will save about $477 for the average customer.

Small business owners will also be able to apply for a three-month payment holiday on their power bills. It's expected to save them $363 on average.

An application form for residential customers will be available starting Monday and one for businesses on April 13. Both types will have until June 30 to apply. 

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