January 2007 Bill Inserts
Each month, PG&E offers important information on rebates, saving energy and safety in printed inserts that accompany your bill. Now, access this information online whenever you wish.
Earn up to a 20% credit on your home and business gas bill this winter.
With the 10/20 Plus Winter Gas Savings Program, PG&E residential and business customers who reduce their cumulative gas usage during January and February will receive a credit on their March or April bill.
PG&E and the city of San Francisco are helping make our city the greenest in the nation.
It's winter storm season.
For safety and emergency preparedness tips
Get all the Important Details Here
Reduce your natural gas usage by 10% or more and receive a 20% credit.
For every 1% decrease in usage, you'll receive a 1% credit, up to 9%.
PG&E is partnering for a greener San Francisco
Wake-Up Call for Customers with Outages
If you lose power overnight, call 800.PGE.5002. We'll be happy to give you a wake-up call, as well as up-to-date information on your outage and time of restoration.
Safety Tips and Related Resources
Prepare for Mother Nature to strike, with emergency tips and more.
Proposition 65—Public Warning
The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, commonly referred to as Proposition 65, requires the Governor to publish a list of chemicals "known to the State of California" to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. It also requires California businesses to warn the public quarterly of potential exposures to these chemicals which result from their operations.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company uses chemicals in its operations that are "known to the State of California" to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
For example, Pacific Gas and Electric Company uses natural gas and petroleum products in its operations. Pacific Gas and Electric Company also delivers natural gas to its customers. Petroleum products, natural gas, and their combustion by-products contain chemicals "known to the State of California" to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
A warning odorant is added to natural gas so that leaks of unburned gas can be quickly detected. If gas odor is detected, Pacific Gas and Electric Company should be contacted promptly.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company provides a free service to check and adjust your home gas appliances. Please call 1.800.743.5000 if you would like your gas appliances checked.
For additional information on this Proposition 65 warning, write to Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Prop. 65 Coordinator, 77 Beale Street B23H, PO Box 770000, San Francisco, CA 94177.