In addition to the benefit of solar power offsetting PG&E’s rate increases, PG&E provides its own solar incentive for going solar.
When you add a solar installation to your home, PG&E will provide a special net meter to measure the difference between the amount of electricity PG&E supplies to your home and the amount of energy your Sunrun solar panels produce each month. The remainder is called net energy, which is credited back to your electric bill.6 This means if your solar system generates more power than you use, it will be sent to the grid, and PG&E will credit you for it.
Californians Are Choosing Solar
California hit its one million solar roof installations milestone in 2019.7 Although the state continues to grapple with a global pandemic, deadly wildfires, power shutoffs, and air pollution from fossil fuels, it’s also poised to be the country’s leader in the clean energy revolution.8
Join Californians across the state as you take control over rising energy costs and get the power you deserve. See why over 500,000 Americans across the country have partnered with Sunrun and get a virtual, socially-distanced solar consultation today.