WEBINAR: Breaking down PG&E's 2019 Proposed Rates

by Tracy Fosterling on Nov 29, 2018


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Like the other big investor-owned utilities (IOU) in California, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) will begin implementing its new time-of-use (TOU) rates this year. PG&E is the largest utility territory in the U.S., with more than 5.5 million customers served, meaning its rate design changes sets an important precedent nationwide. PG&E's rates have not yet been implemented; they become voluntary in October of 2019, and mandatory in November of 2020, meaning you still have time to start comprehending these rates and how they will affect your solar + storage projects. In this webinar, we break down everything you need to know about the new rates, from timelines to grandfathering protections for both residential and commercial customers, and modeling projects with the proposed rates in Energy Toolbase. 


Brooke Morales - Data Team Manager, Energy Toolbase

Adam Gerza - COO, Energy Toolbase

Tracy Fosterling - Marketing Manager, Energy Toolbase


1.) Timeline & key dates - 4:20
2.) Why model with proposed rates? - 6:50
3.) Residential proposed rates - 10:15
4.) Residential grandfathering - 14:30
5.) Commercial proposed rates - 16:45
6.) Commercial grandfathering - 24:50
7.) Case studies - 29:00

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