PG&E is committed to renewable biomethane


We were the first energy company in California and the third in the nation to accept dairy derived renewable biomethane into our pipeline system. We promote the use of biomethane, whether for injection into the pipeline system, for use in power generation or for fueling vehicles. We are committed to interconnecting biomethane projects in a way that is both safe and supports the state's climate goals.



What is biomethane?


Biomethane is a 100% renewable energy source which is produced from organic matter like agricultural crops, forestry waste, wooden construction waste, and manure. Major sources of biomethane are non-hazardous landfills, dairies, wastewater treatment plants and other organic sources.


Biomethane is a 100% renewable energy source which is produced from organic matter like agricultural crops, forestry waste, wooden construction waste, and manure. Major sources of biomethane are non-hazardous landfills, dairies, wastewater treatment plants and other organic sources.

Interconnecting with PG&E

Gas supply absorption capacity map


Have a gas supply project location? Use our Gas Supply Absorption Capacity map to get a relative idea of PG&E’s ability to accept your gas supply. The system is constantly changing so use the map only as a cursory tool. We encourage you to contact us with your project information so we can start an Initial Feasibility Study.


Use the gas supply absorption capacity map