Data for Local Governments
Sharing Usage Data
Welcome to Green Communities, the PG&E site for accessing data reports on community energy. This information is intended for municipal governments with PG&E electric and/or natural gas service. If you represent an entity that qualifies, you can download annual reports formatted for sustainability planning and greenhouse gas inventories.
Below, you'll find more detailed information about the kinds of data and reports available, as well as how to request them.
NOTE: The Green Communities reports have been released for the years 2014 and 2015. Please email GHGdatarequests@pge.com with questions or concerns.
*New* Local Government Energy Data Needs Assessment
PG&E welcomes feedback from local governments regarding current and future energy data needs through February 2016. This information will be used in 2016 to help inform our planning for 2017 and beyond. PG&E summarized feedback received to date in a Draft Needs Assessment (PDF, 580 KB), which also includes instructions on how to submit additional feedback.
*New* December 2015 Energy Data Training
In December 2015, PG&E held two energy data training webinars for local governments to learn about available data reports and request processes.
Access Slides From the December 2015 Energy Data Training (PDF, 3.1 MB)
Types of Data and Reports Available
Data for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventories
Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory Reports contain electricity and natural gas consumption data in spreadsheet format. These reports are designed to integrate with tools and guidance available through ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability for municipal and community-wide GHG inventories.
- Community-wide Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory (PDF, 3.1 MB)
- Municipal Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory (PDF, 3.1 MB)
Data for Climate Action Planning
PG&E provides colorful and interactive reports to help local governments gain insights into their community’s municipal, residential, and non-residential energy usage. These insights can be used to inform climate action planning and implementation priorities. Many of the reports use Tableau, a data visualization tool that requires downloading a free reader.
Overview of Reports (PDF, 934 KB)