Customers who own and maintain street lights in the PG&E service area and are on the LS-2 fixed pricing schedule qualify for this rebate program
Customers who have installed or replaced existing street light fixtures with PG&E-approved LED fixtures after May 1, 2009, will be eligible to switch to a lower billing rate under the LS-2 rate schedule
Customers who have purchased and installed PG&E-approved LED fixtures after May 1, 2009, may be eligible for rebates. Read below to learn more about which fixtures may qualify. NOTE:
Customers who install non-PG&E-approved LED fixtures will NOT be eligible for this incentive, but still will be able to switch to the lower LS-2 rate schedule
|Replace 70-watt fixture with new LED fixture
|Replace 100-watt fixture with new LED fixture
|Replace 150-watt fixture with new LED fixture
|Replace 200-watt fixture with new LED fixture
|Replace 250-watt fixture with new LED fixture
|Replace 310-watt fixture with new LED fixture
|Replace 400-watt fixture with new LED fixture
Please email email@example.com
to request a street light rebate and rate change application.
LED technology is beginning to surpass the quality and efficiency of existing lighting technologies—but not all LED lighting is created equal. To qualify for the PG&E LED Street Light Program rebate, LED products must meet stringent performance specifications such as those validated by independent, third parties to help ensure they will deliver as promised.
The DesignLights Consortium (DLC) maintains a listing
of all non-ENERGY STAR® LED products that meet our program performance standards. In addition to these specifications, PG&E requires that LED street light products also meet the following service requirements:
- Photo Controls: Fixtures must be socket ready for electronic-type photo controls meeting American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard C136.10, with a turn-on value of 1.0 foot-candles and a turn-off value of 1.5 foot-candles. Electro-mechanical or thermal-type photo controls are not acceptable.
- Manufacturer Labeling: Wattage stickers identifying the fixture technology (LED) and total fixture wattage that follows ANSI Standard C136.15, already used by nearly all manufacturers and customers for identification of light types currently included in the standard.
If you wish to submit your LED street light products for inclusion in PG&E’s LED Street Light Program, please review the information on the DLC’s Manufacturer’s Application Overview
and then follow the requirements as outlined on the DLC’s Manufacturer Application Process