California is among the nation's leaders in sustainable energy and strives to lead by example. With transportation being the largest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the state is pushing for a large increase in the adoption of zero-emissions vehicles. PG&E is leading the way with a variety of electric vehicle programs and resources to assist in your electrification efforts. By supporting the adoption of EVs, your actions accelerate efforts to reduce GHG emissions across the state and ensure all PG&E customers have the ability to take advantage of clean-energy mobility options.

Charging options for the two types of EVs

There are two types of electric vehicles: battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids. A battery electric vehicle runs only on electricity. A plug-in hybrid runs mainly or solely on electricity until the battery is depleted, and is then powered by an internal combustion engine.

Both types of EVs are considered plug-in electric vehicles that can be plugged into an electrical outlet or charging device to recharge their batteries. PG&E can help your business address the increasing demand from employees and customers for charging accessibility. Explore our optional electric vehicle charging infrastructure turnkey programs or let us help you prepare your facility’s electric service to support electric vehicle charging.

EV Charge Network

PG&E's EV Charge Network program supports the installation of make-ready infrastructure and offers qualifying rebates for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) solutions for workplaces and multi-unit dwelling locations looking to install a minimum of ten Level 2 chargers.

EV Fleet Program

The EV Fleet Program targets medium and heavy-duty fleet vehicle operators and offers make-ready infrastructure engineering, design, and construction support for businesses looking to electrify at least two fleet vehicles. Rebates for EVSE solutions are available for qualifying customers and EVSE vendors.

Other EV programs and resources

We continue to evaluate barriers impeding the accelerated adoption of transportation electrification. Learn about upcoming programs, find helpful tools for EV owners, plus review frequently asked questions.

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