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PG&E Energy Savings Assistance Program

The Energy Savings Assistance Program provides income qualified customers free energy education, weatherization measures and energy-efficient appliances to reduce gas and electric usage.

Weatherization measures may include caulking, weather-stripping, installation of showerheads, compact fluorescent lamps, and attic insulation.

Energy-efficient refrigerators may be available at NO CHARGE.

You may qualify for the Energy Savings Assistance Program if you rent or own your home.

Please click either picture to see the brochure in that language.

1. You must receive gas and/or electricity from Pacific Gas and Electric Company.
2. If your residence has never participated in the Energy Savings Assistance Program or if your
    residence participated prior to 1999.

If you can provide documents proving participation in one of the following State or Federal public assistance programs, you do not need to provide additional income documentation in order to qualify for the Energy Savings Assistance Program:

• Medi-Cal
• Food Stamps
• Healthy Families Category A
• NSL Free Lunch Program
• Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
• Head Start Income Eligible (Tribal Only)

There are 3 basic steps for every job:

1. Education and Assessment
    A PG&E certified contractor (Energy Specialist) visits the customer at the
    customers’ home to qualify the customer into the program. The contractor also
    would use this visit to educate the customer on how to save energy, and pre-assess
    the residence for weatherization measures.

2. Measure installation and delivery
    A PG&E certified contractor crew (Weatherization Specialist) visits the residence
    again to install feasible measures planned by the Energy Specialist. After all
    feasible weatherization measures are installed, the refrigerator contractors may
    deliver a new refrigerator to qualified customers.

3. Inspections
    Safety is PG&E’s No. 1 concern. PG&E’s Central Inspection Program inspects
    selected residences after measures are installed. Natural gas appliance safety
    inspections may also be performed by the contractor or the CIP inspector.

Click here to e-mail for more information.
You may also contact the Energy Savings Assistance Program by calling (707) 522-3600.

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