PG&E offers energy efficiency programs to business customers like you to help offset the cost of facility and equipment upgrades. Following are answers to common questions about rebates.
Rebates and Customized Incentives offer cash back for completing a qualified energy efficiency project. The key differences between these options are the types of projects that qualify, the process for applying and the dollar amount of the payment you can receive.
The program runs from January 1, 2016 till further notice. Funding is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are used or the program ends, whichever comes first. The program may be modified or terminated without prior notice, and additional terms and conditions apply.
To be eligible, the installation address must have a commercial gas or electric account with PG&E. If the rebate is for an electric product, you must have an electric account and gas product rebates require a gas account.
The program runs from January 1, 2016 till further notice. Funding is limited and available on a project-by-project basis until funds are used or the program ends, whichever comes first. The program may be modified or terminated without prior notice, and additional terms and conditions apply.
The following are program and eligibility requirements:
Before you begin your project, check if the product you’re planning to purchase and install qualifies for a rebate. Find qualifying products. Visit Rebates for Your Business. Each product has a unique potential energy saving value and the catalogs outline the type of savings you could expect and estimated payback timing.
It’s easy to apply for your rebate and get cash back for your business.
PG&E will allow updates from T12 lighting fixtures, but the updates must be an improvement over an industry standard T8 fixture. You can take advantage of rebates for High Performance Linear Fluorescent Fixtures and Retrofit Kits to make these upgrades. Download Lighting Rebate Catalog (PDF, 1531 KB).
Rebate checks are mailed within six to eight weeks after we receive your paper application or eRebates Confirmation Page and proofs of purchase. If your application is incomplete or selected for verification, processing time could take longer. Rebate applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis or until funds are depleted.
If your rebate application is denied, you’ll receive a letter explaining what you must do to resubmit it.
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