Learn about the sections on page three of your PG&E Standard Electric time-of-use (TOU) statement.
Learn more about the areas highlighted on the energy statement example:
This section shows the following information:
Your service agreement identification is different from your account number. A service agreement documents your billing arrangement with PG&E. The agreement includes your rate plan, billing days, metering information and other factors. We use the factors to calculate your energy charges.
The rate schedule identifies the type of utility service you receive and how PG&E calculates your bill.
This section notes your electricity usage during the given timeframe.
Time-of-Use Rate Plan 4-9 p.m. (ETOU-A) offers lower prices during periods of the day when energy costs are lower—before 4 p.m. and after 9 p.m. on weekdays and during all hours on weekends and most holidays.
There is no Baseline Allowance or Baseline Credit, as there is with Time-of-Use Rate Plan 3-8 p.m. (ETOU-B).
The price you pay changes, based on the time of day, the day of the week and the season:
Learn more about Time-of-Use plans.
State and local governments may place taxes on your energy use.
View the total charges for your electric use, including any applicable utility users taxes and fees.
The daily usage chart shows which days you used the most electricity this month and breaks each day’s usage down by time-of-use period. It also shows the percentage of your usage and indicates which charges fall into each time-of-use period. The hours for each time-of-use period on your applicable rate plan are also displayed.
The meter at your home tracks your electricity usage. View the details about your meter in this section.
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*PLEASE NOTE: Some sections of your energy statement might not be displayed due to space limitations or because information about special programs does not apply to your account.