Competitive rates. Cleaner energy.

Have you noticed CleanPowerSF on your PG&E bill? That’s how you know you’re getting cleaner energy and competitive rates.

It’s not an additional charge. Charges for electricity on your PG&E bill are now simply divided into two parts:

  • CleanPowerSF Generation Charges for generating the amount of electricity you use.

  • PG&E Electric Delivery Charges for maintaining PG&E’s wires, infrastructure, and delivering electricity to your home. These rates are the same for CleanPowerSF and non-CleanPowerSF customers.

You’ll continue to pay your PG&E bill as usual. No separate payment is required for CleanPowerSF service.

To learn more, view our Understanding Your Electricity Bill document.

View our current residential rates at CleanPowerSF Residential Rates.

Discount Rates: 

Customers that are enrolled in CleanPowerSF will still receive their full CARE/FERA and Medical Baseline discounts. There’s no need to reapply, and there is no change in the discount rates. 


Comparison of typical monthly bill—residential

The table below shows what a typical San Francisco resident would spend for electricity service on their monthly energy bill. It compares four options:

  • CleanPowerSF Green Service

  • CleanPowerSF SuperGreen Service

  • PG&E

  • PG&E Solar Choice

This is an example only. Generation, delivery and additional PG&E fees will vary depending on usage, rate schedule, and other factors.

comparison of typical monthly bill—residential

*Additional PG&E Fees refer to the 2018 Vintage Power Charge Indifference Amount (PCIA) and the Franchise Fee Surcharge (FFS). For more details, view  Understanding Your Bill.   The bill above is based on an average customer usage of 277 kWh. The E1 rate schedule was used for comparison, PG&E rates effective July 1, 2019 and current CleanPowerSF rates effective July 15, 2019.  Renewable energy content listed for each product identified above as reported in CleanPowerSF's Annual Report to the California Energy Commission Power Source Disclosure Program and PG&E's 10-k filing. Data is subject to an independent audit and verification that will not be completed until October 1, 2019.

*Additional PG&E Fees refer to the 2018 Vintage Power Charge Indifference Amount (PCIA) and the Franchise Fee Surcharge (FFS). For more details, view Understanding Your Bill.

The bill above is based on an average customer usage of 277 kWh. The E1 rate schedule was used for comparison, PG&E rates effective July 1, 2019 and current CleanPowerSF rates effective July 15, 2019.

Renewable energy content listed for each product identified above as reported in CleanPowerSF's Annual Report to the California Energy Commission Power Source Disclosure Program and PG&E's 10-k filing. Data is subject to an independent audit and verification that will not be completed until October 1, 2019.


Meet Sheila, a CleanPowerSF customer


Your choices

Option 1

If you live in San Francisco, your electric service is automatically enrolled in this option. No need to do anything! By default, you can take advantage of cleaner energy at competitive rates.

Green

 

48% Renewable

  • 48% renewable energy from sources like wind and solar

  • Cleaner energy at competitive rates

  • Generation rates are lower than PG&E’s basic generation rates

 

Option 2

Eliminate your carbon footprint, and ensure that 100% of your energy comes from renewable sources by going SuperGreen. This is a premium option, and typically costs about $3 a month.

SuperGreen

 

100% Renewable

  • 100% renewable energy from sources like wind and solar

  • For a small premium over Green rates (about $3 a month for the average home)

  • No carbon footprint from your energy use

  • SuperGreen is Green-e® Energy certified, and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Learn more at www.green-e.org

 

Option 3

You can keep things exactly how they are, and continue to receive 39% renewable energy from PG&E.

Opt Out

 

39% Renewable

You can opt out of CleanPowerSF and remain with PG&E generation by clicking the link below or calling (415) 554-0773. Please have your PG&E account number handy.

 


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