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PG&E Foodservice Customer Resources

PG&EThere are many resources available to PG&E foodservice customers. PG&E provides programs that allow every type of business to take advantage of the latest energy efficiency options. Learn what programs are available to help your foodservice operation here.

dollar Rebates:
Get money back when you purchase efficient equipment.
Go to Rebates
dollar Site Surveys:
Have an on-site evaluation by an FSTC Energy Analyst.
Go to Site Surveys

PG&E.com Resources

meter Utility Rates:
PG&E publishes historical, current and forecasted gas and electric rates.
Gas and Electric Rates
chart Rate Analysis:
Compare rate schedules against your information and see the differences.
Rate Analysis Tool
footprints Carbon Calculator:
Estimate your carbon footprint from the energy you use. Carbon Footprint Calc
efficiency financing On Bill Financing:
Replace old equipment with no up-front out-of-pocket investment. Energy Efficiency Financing

PG&E Partnership Programs

air care plus A comprehensive HVAC efficiency program for small and medium-sized commercial customers who use rooftop units and use service contracts to maintain them.
Air Care Plus Website
Rethink HVAC:
PG&E encourages shifting to Quality Maintenance for all your commercial HVAC units. Rethink HVAC Website

rightlights RightLights provides subsidized energy efficiency upgrades of lighting and refrigeration systems, with free professional assistance. Right Lights Website
energy watch Energy Watch helps businesses in San Francisco lower their energy bills and help the City reduce its impact on the environment. Energy Watch Website

SBEA Energy Savers:
This program by the Small Business Energy Alliance helps small business owners increase their profits by lowering their energy usage. Energy Savers Website
smart lights Smart Lights is specially designed to help small businesses become more energy-efficient. Smart Lights Website
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