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Learn about PG&E programs, and start saving energy and money.

Energy Savings Assistance Program

Energy Savings Assistance Program

Improving the energy efficiency of a home can significantly reduce energy bills. Not everyone, however, can afford to make these updates. Get energy-saving improvements at no charge.

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Energy Savings Assistance Northern Multifamily Whole Building Program

This program offers comprehensive and cost-effective energy efficiency and weatherization measures to income-qualified deed-restricted and non-deed restricted multifamily property owners and tenants.

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Explore advanced design and construction ideas for new homes

Learn about our pilot program to support the California Long Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan's Zero Net Energy goals for new homes.

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Use a better, brighter lighting choice

LED lighting not only uses 75 percent less energy than standard bulbs, but it also lasts up to 20 times longer and provides better quality light. Get the details.

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Upgrade your AC and more with financing supported by the state of California

Energy efficiency measures may qualify for financing at competitive rates through the State of California-administered Residential Energy Efficiency Loan program available in all counties.

Go green and save on electricity­

PG&E's Green Saver Program enables income-qualified residential customers in select communities to save 20% on their electricity bill by subscribing to 100% solar energy.

San Joaquin Valley (SJV) Affordable Energy Project

PG&E offers to replace propane and wood-burning appliances with energy efficient electric appliances in select communities. Self Help Enterprises, a nationally recognized organization, has been selected as our energy savings partner to help guide customers through the process.

Distributed Energy Resources Partnership Pilot

Enroll Distributed Energy Resources (DER) such as solar, storage, energy efficiency and demand response in a program offered by third-party DER providers. You'll be compensated for participating while also helping to defer the need for new utility distribution projects.