Money Back Solutions: Schools - Pre-K to 12

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.

Find rebates and incentives for Schools through our Money Back Tool or K-12 Schools Rebate Catalog.

Resources for Proposition 39

The California Clean Energy Jobs Act (Prop 39) provides up to $500 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.
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*Updated* Data Authorization Form. The California Energy Commission (CEC) requires K-12 Prop 39 applicants to submit a Prop 39 Data Authorization Form to the CEC and to each utility. This form authorizes PG&E to provide the CEC with school energy consumption data directly. If you are a PG&E electricity or natural gas customer, please follow these steps to complete the form:

  1. Download the Prop 39 Data Authorization Form.
  2. List all PG&E service agreements on Page 2, regardless of whether they are receiving Prop 39 funding. Master account numbers are unacceptable – a full list of service agreements must be included.
  3. Sign, scan, and email the form and the attached list of accounts to CorrespondenceManag@pge.com as well as to the CEC.

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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  • Home Energy Checkup
  • Financing Guide
 
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