The rate plan for an electric-powered home


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The Electric Home rate plan is ideal if you electrify your home with one or more of the following: an electric vehicle (EV), battery storage, electric heat pump for water heating or climate control (space heating or cooling). It includes a $15-per-month Base Services Charge that lowers the price you pay per unit of energy (KWh), on average, compared to other rate plans. If you are a large electricity user who can shift usage to lower priced times of day, this rate plan may save you money.


Your home does not need to be all-electric to qualify for this rate plan. This rate is available now for non-solar customers and later this year for most solar customers.


Electric Home time periods are 7 days a week:

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Off-Peak: 15 hours per day: 12 a.m.-3 p.m.


Peak: 4-9 p.m.


Partial-Peak: 3-4 p.m., 9 p.m.–12 a.m.


Winter Season: October-May


Summer Season: June-September





Enroll now


Log into your PG&E account to enroll now.


This rate is available now for non-solar customers and later this year for most solar customers.




Shifting makes a difference


Prices are lowest on this rate plan for 15 hours a day (off-peak) when electricity demand is lower and renewable resources, like solar power and other renewables, are most plentiful. Using electricity during off-peak hours, for charging an EV or running other high-demand electric devices, will lower your electric bill and help California achieve its clean energy goals.


Learn about electrification for your home

View the Electric Home (E-ELEC) tariff (PDF, 338 KB)

VIEW THE ELECTRIC HOME RATE PLAN SUMMARY (PDF, 3.4 MB)