An Affordable Energy Future

At PG&E, our customers enjoy some of the lowest energy bills in the nation because of ongoing work in energy efficiency. Overall, estimates show Californians have saved more than $56 billion since the institution of energy efficiency policies and utility-directed programs, which began in the 1970s. In 2013-2015, PG&E paid nearly $420 million in energy saving incentives to residential, commercial, industrial and agriculture customers to help them use less energy.

Today, we are the national leader in helping customers adopt solar technology, connecting more than 220,000 rooftop solar installations. Nearly one of every four solar rooftops in America are located right here in our northern and central California service area.

Our California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Program helps lower energy bills for more than 1.4 million customers. We’ve been offering other financial assistance to low-income customers, such as the Energy Saving Assistance (ESA) Program, with free, easy home improvements to help keep their homes more energy efficient, safe and comfortable.

At PG&E, we’re using our experience and our day-to-day relationships with millions of customers to build the 21st century infrastructure and clean energy future that California needs.

Year in Review: PG&E Helps Customers with Energy Efficiency, Affordability

PG&E Identifying Energy Improvements to Help State Water Agency Meet Governor’s Mandate

PG&E Offering New Rebates for Solar Water Heating

California Drought Makes PG&E’s Water Conservation Showcase More Vital Than Ever

- All facts 2013-2015 unless otherwise noted