Here are some of the upfront costs you might expect from PG&E, if applicable:
You can expect to pay ongoing costs in addition to your existing otherwise applicable electric or gas rates when you install a generator to serve your own electrical needs:
If you'd like to obtain preliminary information about the existing PG&E facilities to which you propose to connect your generator to help you anticipate potential costs, submit a Pre-Application Request to PG&E. View the Pre-Application Request form.
You'll also want to consider investigating the benefits that may be available to you through applicable state incentive programs.Of course, if you can't find what you need, you can always contact PG&E. Our EGI team members are happy to help. You'll find contact information on the pages specific to your type of project, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.