PG&E to install EV charging stations throughout Northern and Central California

Our new EV Charge Network was recently approved by the California Public Utilities Commission. The network will significantly expand access to EV charging stations throughout Northern and Central California over the next three years. By supporting adoption of EVs, the program extends efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the state.


Up to 7,500 EV charging stations will be installed at apartment, condominium complexes and workplaces. Spaces will be limited, so join the interest list today.

Discover the benefits of the network

Get major incentives for participating


Receive discounts of up to 25-100 percent on charging equipment, depending on facility type and location.


Enjoy simple installation


PG&E and our partners take care of design, permitting and construction, working with facility managers and EV equipment suppliers.


Choose charger and rate options


We offer several pre-qualified charger packages, all heavily subsidized by the program.


Give drivers reliable charging access


Retain and attract employees, tenants, and customers by providing a predictable place to plug in.


Lead by example


Enhance your sustainability commitment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions related to travel.

See who's eligible for the network

The program is open to PG&E customers, including Community Choice Aggregation and Direct Access customers, interested in installing EV charging stations at workplaces, apartment and condominium buildings.


Participants will be required to meet the following qualifications:

 

  • Sign an easement and site host agreement
  • Provide a participation payment, if applicable
  • Comply with accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Agree to promote the use of EV charging stations installed

Here's how the program will work

STEP 1Apply online

Submit an application (coming soon) with basic information about your site. We review the application and determine if your site is suitable for the program.

STEP 2Plan the project

If your site is selected, we schedule a site walk with you to see where to install the chargers, look at energy requirements and estimate costs.

STEP 3Sign your contract

When the design is finalized, you sign an easement and site host agreement to participate in the program.

STEP 4Install the chargers

PG&E does the installation, working with you to minimize disruption during construction.

STEP 5Start your service

PG&E and our program partners work with you to ensure chargers remain operational and meet your needs. Your tenants, employees and/or customers have ongoing access to chargers.

Join our interest list

The EV Charging Infrastructure Program begins in late 2017, but we’re identifying applicants now. Get added to the list.


Join the list now