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Frequently asked questions

In 2018, PG&E filed an application to propose two pilot programs in response to Assembly Bills 1082 and 1083 to further facilitate increased EV adoption in hard-to-reach, yet highly visible locations.


EV Charge Schools proposes funding to provide EV charging infrastructure to be built at public schools in pre-determined counties (to be confirmed in the final CPUC decision). The scope includes charging infrastructure and educational events and curriculum for teachers at participating locations.


EV Charge Parks proposes funding to provide EV Charging Infrastructure to be built at sites managed by the California Department of Parks and Recreation. The scope includes level 2 charging infrastructure for the Parks' fleet, level 2 and DC fast chargers for visitors, and marketing and education support.


To learn more about when the programs are approved and final program design, check back in late 2019.

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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.