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PG&E is committed to helping you succeed with time-of-use rates and find ways to conserve resources in severe drought conditions.
Assess your energy use and rate plan options, and identify ways to save money and conserve resources. Learn more about small and medium agriculture customers' transition to time-of-use rates.
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With My Usage you can analyze your energy use and find ways to save. My Usage lets you identify the times and activities that impact your bill so you can make energy and cost-saving decisions for your business.
My Rates examines your historical energy use to estimate your costs. Use My Rates to compare your current rate against your new time-of-use rate and other eligible rates, like Peak Day Pricing, so you can lower your annual bill.
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Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) provides a range of options for electric and natural gas service. Select the rate plan that best fits the needs of your business.
At PG&E we are committed to providing you safe, reliable, affordable and clean energy.
Time-of-Use Rate Plans
Time-of-Use† (TOU) rate plans are electric rate plans in which the price of electricity varies by time of day. Prices are highest during peak hours on weekday afternoons when demand is higher. In return, rates are lower than the peak rate at other times.
Small General Time-of-Use Service (A-1) is for customers whose peak monthly demand consistently remains less than 75 kW or with usage of 150,000 kWh or less per year.
Small General Time-of-Use Service (A-6) is for customers whose peak monthly demand consistently remains less than 500 kW. This rate includes:
Medium General Time-of-Use Service (A-10) is for customers whose peak monthly demand consistently remains under 500 kW each month. This rate includes:
Medium General Demand-Metered Service (E-19V) is an optional plan for customers whose peak monthly demand is less than 500 kW. This rate includes:
E-19, E-19V and E-20 may voluntarily select (Option R) if you have or are installing solar generators whose output is above 15 percent of either your last 12 months of pre-solar annual electric usage (for new solar) or your annual electric usage plus annual solar generator's output (for existing solar).
Customers over 499 kW will automatically transition to E-19 TOU and those over 999 kW will automatically transition to E-20 TOU rates.
Add-on Rate Plans
Net Energy Metering Service offers pricing plans for eligible customers who operate a qualified generating facility, such as solar, wind or fuel cell, with a maximum total capacity of 1,000 kW or less and is connected to the PG&E grid. Learn more about Net Energy Metering services.
California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Program provides business customers a monthly discount on energy bills for qualified group living facilities. Learn more about the CARE Program.
Peak Day Pricing combines a time-of-use (TOU) rate with Peak Day Pricing Event Day surcharges.
Learn more about Peak Day Pricing.
Small Renewable Generators (E-SRG) and Public Water and Wastewater Facilities (E-PWF) electric rates are available to renewable generators up to 1.5 megawatts. Learn more.
Note: For Direct Access and Community Choice Aggregator customers, PG&E delivers electricity to your business and your Electric Service Provider or Community Choice Aggregator purchases and/or generates the electricity you consume. Net Metering, Direct Access and Community Choice Aggregator customers are eligible for many, but not all, of the rate plans or features listed in this notice. For more information, call the numbers found on this notice or contact your Electric Service Provider or Community Choice Aggregator.
Natural Gas Services
At PG&E your rate plan is determined by the level of service you need and the amount of gas used per month.
Small Commercial (G-NR1) is a rate plan for customers that use less than 20,800 therms per month. You choose who supplies your natural gas, PG&E or a third-party gas supplier.
Large Commercial (G-NR2) is a rate plan for customers that use more than 20,800 therms per month during the last 12 months for those months which exceed 200 therms. You choose who supplies your natural gas, PG&E or a third-party gas supplier.
If you choose a third-party gas supplier, PG&E will continue to transport and deliver gas to your home or business with the same high level of safety, reliability and service that we provide to all of our customers regardless of which gas supplier you choose.
Gas Transportation Service to Noncore End-Use Customers (G-NT) is for customers whose average monthly use is greater than 20,800 therms through a single meter who elect noncore service.
This usage is measured over the previous 12 months, excluding those months in which usage was 200 therms or less.
Other natural gas rate plans
Natural Gas Service for Compression on Customer's Premises (G-NGV1) applies to the sale of uncompressed natural gas for the sole purpose of compressing it for use as a motor-vehicle fuel.
Gas Transportation Service to Noncore Natural Gas Vehicles (G-NGV4) is for customers that have elected noncore service and have a natural gas fueling station whose average monthly use is greater than 20,800 therms through a single meter.
†Daylight saving time will end November 1, 2015, and begin March 13, 2016. To adjust for this, from October 25 to October 31, 2015, and March 13 to April 2, 2016, your time-of-use periods will begin and end one hour later.