PG&E regularly reports to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), our regulatory authority, on the progress of our SmartMeter™ program. Our reports are available online.
You can download the following reports, which are grouped by year and month in descending order.
The following 2012 reports are available for download:
The following 2011 reports are available for download:
The following 2010 reports are available for download:
You can get the full 667 pages of SmartMeter™ progress reports to the CPUC from the beginning of the program through April 2010.
You can also find excerpts from these progress reports. Download Excerpts from PG&E’s SmartMeter™ Reports to the California Public Utilities Commission (PDF, 136 KB).
A final decision from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on February 1, 2012, allows residential electric and gas customers to choose their meters. You can now choose between a new SmartMeter™ and a traditional analog meter.
To learn more about the proposal, visit SmartMeter™ Opt-Out Program.
For additional information, download TO PARTIES OF RECORD IN APPLICATION 11-03-014 (PDF, 299 KB).
PG&E reports regularly on the SmartMeter™ program to the CPUC. The CPUC is the California regulatory authority for PG&E.
Dwonload the following reports:
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Number of SmartMeter™ devices installed worldwide as of April 2010.
Number of SmartMeter™ devices installed nationwide as of September 2011.
Number of SmartMeter™ gas and electric meters installed as of July 31, 2012.
Average number of meters with SmartMeter™ technology installed daily by PG&E as of July 31, 2012.
SmartMeter™ system rolled out to all PG&E customers.