Are you ready to move to an all-electric home or building?

  • Electrification refers to the process of changing appliances over from gas and other non-electric fuel sources to electricity.
  • Electrification is green. It reduces greenhouse gases, results in better air quality and comfort.
  • Electrification costs less.
  • Get no-cost training on the benefits of electrification.

How PG&E can help?

  • Contact a licensed electrification to understand whether your existing electric panel is sized appropriately for your electric home. Your electrician can help you investigate low-amperage products or circuit sharing.
  • For electric panel upgrades or to shut off gas service to your home or business, submit a project application at or by calling 1-877-743-7782.
  • Check your rate and electricity baseline options to make sure you are on the best rate for your new electric home or business.

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Benefits of moving from gas to electric appliances

Benefits of electric appliances

  • They make your home more efficient. Electric appliances are now three to five times as efficient as gas.
  • They can reduce your energy bill. Highly efficient electric appliances save you money every month.
  • They can improve indoor air quality and safety. Electric appliances are cleaner and less hazardous than natural gas. If not regularly inspected and maintained, gas appliances can leak unhealthy emissions into a room.
Find modern electric appliances

Find modern electric appliances

Modern electric appliances are more efficient than gas. They improve air quality—indoors and out—and save you money. Find modern electric appliances that run efficiently and comfortably on clean electric power at PG&E Energy Action Guide.

Learn more about electrification at The Switch is On:

Interested in trying induction cooking? Through our new Induction Cooktop Loaner Program, you can borrow a countertop plug-in induction cooktop and a pan for two weeks, at no cost. Visit to get started!

Electrification Training

Get no-cost training on the benefits of electrification and electric building technologies. Find classes on heat pump water heaters, induction cooktops, heat pump heating and cooling systems, and more. For a full class catalog, visit PG&E Energy Centers.

For questions about program support or the development of local energy ordinances, contact If you would like to request a PG&E speaker or letter of support for your local energy ordinance, please contact