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Find a contractor for your energy efficiency project.
Whether you’re looking to upgrade a piece of equipment or
have a bigger project in the works, the contractors in our
database are construction and service providers who specialize in
projects involving PG&E. They’re familiar with equipment
covered under our energy efficiency programs and with our rebate
Note: The contractors listed on this site are familiar with PG&E programs, but their listing here in no way implies an endorsement or recommendation. Customers should verify the licensing information listed here and consult other sources, including each company’s website, for reviews and past projects to ensure safe, reliable, and competent Trade Allies are engaged. Contractor license verification can be found at the CA Dept of Consumer Affairs website and business licenses at the CA Secretary of State website. Energy Efficiency funds, including On-Bill Finance loan funds, are public funds. Depending on the project and type of work performed, a project that receives Energy Efficiency or On-Bill Finance loan funds may be considered a public work (as defined under Labor Code section 1720 et. seq.). For information on the rules and regulations that apply to public works, including payment of prevailing wages, visit the Department of Industrial Relations website.
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