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The utility, California's largest, announced a program that will let its customers calculate and offset the amount of carbon dioxide their power supply produces. The average residential customer who volunteers for the program will spend an estimated $4.31 each month, with the exact figure based on how much electricity and natural gas the person uses. Businesses that buy power from PG&E also can participate.