Money Back: Rebates

It's easy to get money back for your business. Just purchase an approved energy-efficient product for your company, fill out a rebate application, and we'll send you a check.

Important Notice Regarding 2012 Rebates
March 1, 2013 was the last day to be eligible for the 2012 business rebate program. See the catalogs below for the 2013 rebate offerings.

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Money Back: Incentives

Businesses can save even more with incentives*: money that you can receive when you use energy-efficient products or systems in your new building construction, expansion or remodel. Incentives come with one-on-one design and enregy analysis services from PG&E, and can bring your business significant long-term savings.

To learn more, contact your PG&E Account Manager or the PG&E Business Customer Service Center at 1-800-468-4743.

*to be eligible for an incentive, businesses must submit a complete application form and receive PG&E approval before making any purchases.

Money-Back Programs and Resources

PG&E offers many ways for your business to save. Explore the links below to learn more about your customized programs and resources.

You can use eRebates to apply online for residential and business rebates. It's fast, efficient and free.

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Install energy-saving equipment as part of your retrofit project and receive cash back (based on the actual annual kWh or therm savings achieved).

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Savings By Design is a statewide program that encourages high-performance new building design and construction for commercial buildings. The program offers building owners and design teams a wide range of services, including Design Assistance, Design Team Incentives and Owner Incentives.

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Retrocommissioning is a process that helps businesses identify less-than-optimal performance in your existing equipment and control systems. You can then make the necessary repairs or enhancements to save both energy and money. (Retrocommissioning is different than retrofitting, which involves replacing outdated equipment.)

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Owners and designers of new and existing energy-efficient commercial buildings may qualify for tax deductions under the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Work must be completed between January 1, 2006 and December 31, 2013.

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The Energy Efficiency Retrofit Loan Program, or On-Bill Financing, lets you make facilities improvements without large outlays of cash. PG&E will finance the project, and you pay the loan—interest-free—through your monthly utility bills.

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