information iconPG&E is offering enhanced rebates on qualifying Ultra-Low Temperature freezers, which are necessary to store certain COVID-19 vaccines. Rebate amounts have been increased to $1,000 for smaller units and $1,300 for larger units. Enhanced rebate is applicable for qualifying units purchased between January 8, 2021 and December 31, 2021. Learn more.

Improve production, lower costs and save energy

Take advantage of PG&E’s proven experience in helping biotech companies like yours. Our specialized programs and products for the biotech industry can help you:

  • Overcome the technical constraints of research and manufacturing
  • Decrease energy costs and reduce maintenance fees to free up resources
  • Identify opportunities for new energy efficiency equipment  
  • Optimize existing buildings and systems
  • Find cash-back solutions for your biotech buildings
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Learn about the Heavy Industry Energy Efficiency Program

Qualify for cash incentives when you implement process-oriented and other energy-efficiency upgrades. Reduce energy usage, operations and maintenance costs for biotech facilities. Download the PG&E Biotech Buildings Brochure (PDF, 1.4 MB).

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Ready for a freezer upgrade?

PG&E offers cash-back rebates for high-efficiency (–80 °C) Ultra-Low Temperature (ULT) Freezers. Receive up to $600 per unit.

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Learn about other services available for the biotech industry

Conserve energy every day

Think strategically about your energy use. Creating an energy-conscious work environment is important to the biotech industry:


  • Educate technicians to keep fume hood sashes closed when they're not in use. Consider installing or converting to variable-air-volume (VAV) fume hoods.
  • Install face velocity setback and limit for fume hoods.
  • Install low-pressure drop air delivery systems to reduce air changes per hour while maintaining safety codes and guidelines.
  • Install an air-flow setback in your lab to save energy when the lab's not in use.

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