Greg Kiraly, VP of SmartMeter™ Operations, provides an overview of the program and the benefits for customers and California.
Following the Final Decision from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on February 1, 2012, residential electric and gas customers can now choose either a new SmartMeter™ or a traditional analog meter.
Learn more about the SmartMeter™ Opt-Out Program.
The California Public Utilities Commission released on September 2, 2010, the findings of its independent, third-party assessment of PG&E&'s SmartMeter™ program. Please follow the links below for more information on the report:
Read the PG&E press release about the results of the independent evaluation confirming the accuracy of the SmartMeter™ meters.
PG&E reports regularly to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) regarding progress of the SmartMeter™ program. The CPUC is the California regulatory authority for PG&E.
In comments to a California State Senate panel on April 26, 2010, PG&E Senior Vice President and Chief Customer Officer Helen Burt outlined findings of the company's review of its SmartMeter™ technology and assured customers the technology is performing up to industry standards.
Nearly 600 customers have signed up for side-by-side meter demonstrations of old and new meters. Our customers can see for themselves how this technology performs.
PG&E joins many other leading utility companies in upgrading customers' traditional meters to SmartMeter™ technology, for a smarter, more efficient power grid.See the deployment progress map