Energy Efficiency Partners

PG&E program partners, local contractors and trade professionals offer special assistance in implementing energy efficiency measures for your business. These specialists help you to take advantage of PG&E rebates and incentives by distributing, installing, and servicing the energy efficient equipment and systems that PG&E supports.

We’ll help you find the right partner

If you’d like to make your business more energy efficient, you don’t have to do it alone. Our program partners, local contractors and trade professionals, are with you every step of the way

Find a program specialist for your energy efficiency project

We offer over thirty five distinct Third Party Programs that have been designed to meet the unique needs of your business. They offer a range of services and financial assistance to support you in your energy-efficiency efforts.

Find a Third Party Program in your area

Find Energy Watch Partnerships

Our Energy Watch partnerships offer local governments and communities access to energy efficiency programs and services that will help you manage the energy needs of community businesses and municipal facilities.

Find your local Energy Watch Partnership

The benefits of our Trade Professional Alliance

We rely on trade professionals – contractors, installers, distributors, retailers and engineers – to help increase awareness of energy efficiency initiatives available for our customers. Alliance members offer energy-efficient equipment and services paired with rebates and incentives to help reduce costs. If you sell, install or service energy efficient products or equipment, we invite you to become a participating professional.

Join the Alliance
Find a local Trade Professional

 

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