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Electric Home Rate Plan (E-ELEC)

The rate plan for an electric-powered home

Find out if the Electric Home rate plan is right for you.

The Electric Home rate plan is ideal if you electrify your home with one or more of the following:

  • electric vehicle (EV)
  • battery storage
  • electric heat pump for water heating or climate control (space heating or cooling)

 

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It includes a $15-per-month Base Services Charge that lowers the price you pay per unit of energy (KWh), on average, compared to other rate plans. If you are a large electricity user who can shift usage to lower priced times of day, this rate plan may save you money.

 

Your home does not need to be all-electric to qualify for this rate plan.

 

important notice icon Note: This rate is available now for non-solar customers and most solar customers. (Certain limitations apply).

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Off-Peak: 15 hours per day: 12 a.m.-3 p.m.

Peak: 4-9 p.m.

Partial-Peak: 3-4 p.m., 9 p.m.–12 a.m.

Winter Season: October-May

Summer Season: June-September

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Enroll now

Log into your PG&E account to enroll now.

 

Solar Customers: 

important notice icon Note: Changing your rate plan will prompt a NEM True-Up account balance. If you have a balance, that amount will be billed for payment that month.  After switching rate plans, you’ll start a new 12-month NEM True-Up billing cycle.

Log into your PG&E account to view your NEM True-Up balance.

 

Limitations apply: This rate is currently unavailable to customers enrolled in the Solar Billing Plan (PDF) or Net Energy Metering (NEM) customers with non-standard billing, including those on NEM billing for multifamily affordable housing, aggregation, multiple tariffs, virtual systems, and NEM Paired Storage without a Power Control System (PCS). 

Additional resources

Guide to home electrification

Get access to incentives and rebates, licensed contractors and rate plan options.

Electric Home (E-ELEC) rate plan overview

Download plan highlights, ways to save and other information to help decide if the plan is right for you.

Ready to move to an all-electric home or building?

Electrification refers to the process of changing appliances over from gas and other non-electric fuel sources to electricity.

WatterSaver Program

If you have an electric heat pump water heater, sign up for the WatterSaver Program to automatically heat your water during the least expensive times of day and make sure hot water is ready whenever you need it.

Electric Home (E-ELEC) tariff

Get detailed rate plan information including qualifications, energy rates, time periods and seasonal changes.

More about rates

Baseline Allowance

Energy used within the Baseline Allowance will be billed at the lowest price.

Energy-related words

Get to know common energy-related terms to better understand your energy statement.

Compare rate plans

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