PG&E does not have any active Regional Renewable Choice projects. Therefore, enrollments are not being accepted at this time.
In the future, you can enroll by locating a project and contacting the developer. You'll contract directly with the developer for a desired amount of renewable energy that's between 25% and 100% of your annual energy usage.
How the program works
The Regional Renewable Choice program allows customers to subscribe to renewable energy from specific newly developed generation projects sized from 0.5 to 20 MW from which PG&E procures energy within our service territory.
The program has three components:
Power purchase agreement
Developers selected through a competitive solicitation sign a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with PG&E. A PPA is a contract under which a developer builds and sells the power generated from their project.
Customer-developer agreement (CDA)
Subscribe to a single renewables project via direct contract with a developer.
Customer energy statement credit
Once you're enrolled and the project becomes operational, the renewable developer will invoice you for your portion of the renewable power the project generates. In turn, you'll receive a credit on your monthly PG&E energy statement for your subscribed power. Your total electric use will be billed as it is billed today, and the bill credit will be applied independently.