Winter brings colder temperatures and less daylight which, for many customers, means increases in energy usage from heating, lighting and cooking.
To compare your usage month over month or year over year, sign in to your account to try our Compare Bills feature. We’ll show you why your bills differ.
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PG&E offers many services that can help you lower your bill, as well as simple steps you can take right now to reduce your energy usage and costs.
Get started with an online account. Stay on top of your energy usage and choose rate plan options that work best for you and your family.
Or, contact our dedicated rates hotline at 1-800-743-0514 with questions.
Keep your monthly bills predictable by spreading out your energy costs across the year. Budget Billing is a free service that provides you with a consistent monthly bill amount based on your last 12 months of energy use.
Find ways to make your home more efficient. Take a free online Home Energy Checkup. Answer some questions about your home and learn how much you spend on heating, appliances and more. Get customized tips to make your home more efficient and cut back on energy costs.
Shop for money-saving products. PG&E Marketplace is a one-stop shop for energy-saving appliances and consumer electronics, plus rebates. Customers can receive rebates up to $100 on water heaters this winter.
Save 20% or more on energy costs with the CARE program. Qualified households receive deep discounts on their energy bills through the California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) Program. See if you qualify today.
Get help making energy saving home improvements. Improving the energy efficiency of a home can significantly reduce energy bills. Not everyone, however, can afford to make these updates. The Energy Savings Assistance Program provides qualified customers with energy-saving improvements at no charge.
Find a chart at www.pge.com/highusage that helps you understand if you’re at risk of incurring the High Usage Surcharge, according to where you live and the amount of your monthly electric bill.
You may have already received a communication from PG&E if you are at risk of incurring the High Usage Surcharge.