Learn how Peak Day Pricing can help your bottom line

Peak Day Pricing is an optional rate that offers businesses a discount on regular summer electricity rates in exchange for higher prices during nine to 15 Peak Pricing Event Days per year, typically occurring on the hottest days of the summer.² By reducing your electricity use on Peak Day Pricing Event Days, you help keep California's energy supply reliable for everyone and may save your business money.

 

¹ Solar customers: Get information on your rate plan options by contacting your account representative or by calling the Solar Customer Service Center, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 1-877-743-4112.

 

Discover how Peak Day Pricing works

Learn more about Event Days, alerts and how you can enroll your business risk-free:


  • Understand your rate. Your regular rates are discounted from May 1 to October 31.² On several Event Days each year, a surcharge is added to energy use between 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Don't miss your Event Day alerts. We can send you an alert by email, text or phone the day before an Event Day, so you can plan ahead to conserve or shift your energy use.
  • Try it risk-free. You can participate risk-free for the first 12 months with Bill Protection. If you pay more during your first year on Peak Day Pricing, we credit you the difference. You can opt out of Peak Day Pricing at any time.

 

² Effective summer rates are lower after Peak Day Pricing credits have been applied, but effective rates are higher during Peak Day Pricing Event Hours.

Learn about Peak Day Pricing Rates

Click the tabs below to see how Peak Day Pricing rates vary throughout the year.

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Peak Day Pricing Event Day History

Peak Day Pricing Event Days are usually called on especially hot days when electricity demand peaks.

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Peak Day Pricing Event Day Forecast

This forecast averages temperatures in PG&E's territory, showing the probability of a Peak Day Pricing Event Day. The current trigger temperature is 98°.

Forecast is scrollable on mobile devices.