Choose how to make your payment

You can pay your energy statement using any of the following convenient methods.

Set up recurring payments and never worry about missing a payment again.


When you sign up for recurring payments, your bills are automatically paid from your credit card, debit card or your bank account. You can choose when you want your bill to be paid, set a date when you want to stop recurring payments and even set a maximum payment amount. You have the following payment options:


Discover, Mastercard,Visa, and Debit cards


  • Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express credit or debit card. Card payments require a $1 or $1.35 convenience fee.*
  • Bank account. Payments from a checking or savings account do not require any service fees.


Set up recurring payments in your PG&E online account.


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*Why do I have to pay a convenience fee?


PG&E has partnered with an independent payment provider to provide you with the option of using your credit card or electronic check to make payments. The convenience fee is charged by an independent payment provider. California Assembly Bill 746 (AB 746, enacted in 2005) does not allow energy companies, including PG&E, to pass on these costs to all customers. Only customers who choose to use this service will be charged the convenience fee.


Don't want to pay a convenience fee? Sign in to Your Account with your username and password and make a one-time payment or schedule recurring payments from your checking or savings account for free!

*Why do I have to pay a convenience fee?
PG&E has partnered with an independent payment provider to provide you with the option of using your credit card or electronic check to make payments. The convenience fee is charged by an independent payment provider. California Assembly Bill 746 (AB 746, enacted in 2005) does not allow energy companies, including PG&E, to pass on these costs to all customers. Only customers who choose to use this service will be charged the convenience fee.

Don’t want to pay a convenience fee? Sign in to Your Account with your username and password and make a one-time payment or schedule recurring payments from your checking or savings account for free!

You can pay online as a registered useror as a one-time user with no registration required.

Pay as a registered user

Registered users have the following payment options:

  • Pay from a bank account, which is free of any service fees.
  • Pay with a credit or debit card, which requires a $1.35 convenience fee.*

Sign in as a registered user. Visit Your Account.

Pay with no registration required

Don't have an online account set up? You can pay online without registering your account, using One Time Access. Whether you use a bank account or a credit or debit card, a $1.35 convenience fee applies.*

Discover, Mastercard,Visa, and Debit cards

*Why do I have to pay a convenience fee?
PG&E has partnered with an independent payment provider to provide you with the option of using your credit card or electronic check to make payments. The convenience fee is charged by an independent payment provider. California Assembly Bill 746 (AB 746, enacted in 2005) does not allow energy companies, including PG&E, to pass on these costs to all customers. Only customers who choose to use this service will be charged the convenience fee.

Don’t want to pay a convenience fee? Sign in to Your Account with your username and password and make a one-time payment or schedule recurring payments from your checking or savings account for free!

To pay your energy statement by phone, call 1-877-704-8470, and have your 11-digit account number ready.



Whether you use a bank account or a credit or debit card, a $1.35 convenience fee applies.*


Discover, Mastercard,Visa, and Debit cards

*Why do I have to pay a convenience fee?
PG&E has partnered with an independent payment provider to provide you with the option of using your credit card or electronic check to make payments. The convenience fee is charged by an independent payment provider. California Assembly Bill 746 (AB 746, enacted in 2005) does not allow energy companies, including PG&E, to pass on these costs to all customers. Only customers who choose to use this service will be charged the convenience fee.

Don’t want to pay a convenience fee? Sign in to Your Account with your username and password and make a one-time payment or schedule recurring payments from your checking or savings account for free!

Pay by mail

To pay by mail, make your check payable to PG&E and send it, along with your energy statement remittance stub, to the following address:

PG&E
P.O. Box 997300
Sacramento, CA 95899-7300

Pay in person

You can pay your energy statement in person at one of our many authorized payment centers.

Find a nearby location. Visit Locate a Payment Center.