NOTE: PG&E’s smart thermostat and electric heat pump water heater rebate program has moved to the Golden State Rebates program. The last eligible Purchase Date to use the PG&E rebate program for these products is 10/31/22. Rebate applications must be submitted by 12/31/22.


Visit Golden State Rebates, funded in coordination with PG&E, SCE, SDG&E and SoCalGas, for information on product rebates through the new statewide program.


To get a smart thermostat rebate plus an enrollment bonus that allows PG&E to optimize your thermostat settings during peak periods, visit SmartAC thermostats.

Save energy, costs and time with rebates


PG&E provides rebates to help lower the cost of equipment that can reduce your energy bills and keep your power on.


View a catalog of residential rebates.


Download the Qualified Products List (XLSX, 30 KB)

Download the Backup Power Generator and Portable Battery Qualified Product List (XLSX, 74 KB)

Download the Residential Rebates Catalog (PDF, 211 KB)
PG&E's Generator and Battery Rebate Program

Generator and Battery Rebate Program

Extend power for your home or business during an outage. PG&E is offering eligible customers a $300 rebate on the purchase of a qualifying product (generator or battery) to prepare for power outages.

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Smart thermostat rebates

PG&E has several ways to help customers acquire a smart thermostat to lower energy usage and bills.

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Electric heat pump water heaters and room air conditioner rebates

The California Golden State Rebate Program provides rebates for products that can help you reduce your energy use.

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Energy Action Guide

For help locating energy efficient appliances and equipment, visit the Energy Action Guide.

Visit Multifamily Property Owners and Managers

Learn about rebates for multifamily property owners and managers

We offer rebates to owners and managers of multifamily properties with two or more units when you upgrade to qualifying, energy-efficient products. Qualifying products may be installed in tenant units and common areas of apartment buildings, mobile home parks and condominium complexes.