Small and Midsized Business Time-Varying Pricing Workshops
Beginning in November 2012, many business across California will move to Time-Varying Pricing, a statewide energy plan designed to protect the state's electricity resources. Here you'll find more information on the new rates, as well as programs, resources and tools to help you manage your energy costs.
Workshops and webinars
PG&E invites you to attend a free workshop or webinar on Time-Varying Pricing to learn when and how your business will be affected by the transition, what your rate options are, and where to find tools and resources to analyze your energy use. You’ll also learn about programs from PG&E and local partners that provide money back for improving the energy efficiency of your equipment or facility.
About Time-Varying Pricing
Time-Varying Pricing, part of a statewide energy plan, will be implemented by all California investor-owned utilities, starting in November, 2012. Time-Varying Pricing is designed to help protect the state's electricity resources. During weekday afternoons, when demand is highest, rates will increase; at other times they will be lower. Conserving energy during peak periods, by even a small amount, can help you lower your annual bill.
Peak Day Pricing is one of several Time-Varying Pricing plans available to businesses. Customers participating in Peak Day Pricing will see additional charges during peak hours on a limited number of days throughout the year, and will receive credits for off-peak usage throughout the summer.
Energy saving tips
Take advantage of these easy, no-cost and low-cost ways to save energy during peak demand times, and all-year around.
Help from PG&E
PG&E can help you reduce your energy use and improve your bottom line. Here are just some of the resources, tools and programs we offer to make energy management easier:
Energy efficiency rebates
Rebates are simple and self-service. Purchase a qualified energy-efficient product, fill out an application and PG&E sends you a rebate check.
Get a free assessment for your business, and discover energy-saving steps you can take to save money.
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