Money Back Solutions: Schools - Pre-K to 12

Recent Updates

July 2015: The CEC released a more user-friendly version of the Prop 39 Utility Data Release Form (CEC-24)! See below for more information.

Managing energy costs is an important lesson to learn

Every year California schools spend around $700 million on energy– that’s about the same amount spent annually on school supplies. Our rebates, incentives and expert advice can make it easier to get money-saving energy management projects approved and implemented.
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Resources for Proposition 39

The California Clean Energy Jobs Act (Prop 39) provides up to $550 Million per year to improve energy efficiency and clean energy in public schools. PG&E offers incentives and rebates for energy efficient technologies that can help stretch Prop 39 dollars further and meet cost effectiveness requirements. Find out the ways in which PG&E can help with the Prop 39 application and implementation process by signing up for our Quarterly Prop 39 Bulletin by emailing schools@pge.com.

*Updated* Data Authorization Form. The California Energy Commission (CEC) requires K-12 Prop 39 applicants to submit two forms - the Prop 39 Data Authorization Form (CEC-12) and the Facility and Service Account Information Form (CEC-24). These forms should be sent to CEC and to each utility. PG&E requires these forms in order to provide the CEC with school energy consumption data from now through 2023. If you are a PG&E electricity or natural gas customer, please follow these steps to complete the form:

  1. Download the forms.
  2. Sign, scan, and email the Data Release Authorization Form (CEC-12) and the Information Form (CEC-24) to CorrespondenceManag@pge.com as well as to the CEC. Please note that the Information Form (CEC-24) should remain in electronic format – it should not be scanned by a copier along with the Data Release Authorization and it should not be handwritten.

Case Studies

Learn how other schools and school districts have taken advantage of our incentives and programs to implement money-saving energy efficiency measures.

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Energy Saving Tips

Creating a healthy, energy-conscious learning environment begins with strategic thinking about your energy use. The following tips will help get you started.
  • Optimize your energy management system to reflect usage, changing weather, and peak electric situations.
  • Light and cool only occupied spaces. Occupancy sensors and time switches can reduce energy consumption in infrequently used areas like auditoriums and break rooms.
  • Replace atmospheric boilers with condensing combustion boilers.
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Resources for Educators

PG&E is committed to educating our students about energy efficiency, renewable energy, and conservation. Curriculum resources are available free of charge to educators in the PG&E service territory at the click of a button. All curricula are correlated to Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards. View our comprehensive guide to online resources and curriculum programs.
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