Looking for online shortcuts, tools to help you save, or ways to be green? We’ve culled the list below for customers who prefer to take care of tasks online.
Sign in to Your Account to update your account preferences.
Never worry about missing a payment. Sign in to Your Account and set up automatic payments straight from your bank account.
Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is a program that allows cities and counties to buy and/or generate electricity for residents and businesses within their areas.
Find out if you’re on the right rate plan. We’ll help you understand your options and choose the plan that’s best for you. Simply sign in and choose “Compare Rate Plans.”
This summertime program helps you manage your summer energy bill. When you're on the SmartRate plan, you pay a reduced rate in exchange for minimizing your electricity usage up to 15 days a year.
Windy, dry conditions during wildfire season may require us to shut off electricity for safety. If your power is shut off for a PSPS or if you lose power for another reason, visit our outage map for restoration information.
Find out what energy-efficiency products and appliances are eligible for a rebate, then easily apply online.
For financial and environmental reasons, many customers are interested in the benefits of solar. Learn more about the options PG&E offers.
SmartAC is a program that helps control your AC usage during peak times. When you sign up, we install a free SmartAC device on your air conditioner and give you $50 for participating.
Whether you already drive an electric vehicle (EV) or are thinking of getting one, learn about rates, rebates and more.
Save energy and money with real-time electricity data through an energy-monitoring device.
It's fast, easy and costs you nothing—all you have to do is answer a few basic questions about your home and lifestyle habits. You’ll learn easy ways to save energy in your home and lower your bills.
First, determine your SmartMeter type. Then follow the instructions for the meter that matches your model.
Receive notifications when you're likely to exceed a bill amount you choose, so you can adjust your energy use before your bill arrives.
Understand your energy use patterns and costs by finding out exactly how much energy you use each month, week, day and hour. You can also compare your use to similar homes.
If you are the main customer on record, you can set up your online account in a few simple steps.
It’s easy. New or existing customers just need to provide a few pieces of information to get started.
Find out the eligibility requirements for waiving your deposit and follow the four steps under “In Lieu of Deposit.”