Commercial Rates

Peninsula Clean Energy makes being sustainable easy by lowering the costs to your business or organization while providing cleaner and greener power. Peninsula Clean Energy’s rates for businesses are lower, stable and transparent.
We partner with PG&E to send you a single, consolidated bill. The electric charges on your bill can be simplified into two categories:

  • Electric Delivery Rates – PG&E delivery rates are the same for Peninsula Clean Energy and non-Peninsula Clean Energy customers.
  • Electric Generation Rates – Generation rates vary depending on your rate schedule and the energy option you choose: ECOplus or ECO100

Peninsula Clean Energy replaces PG&E’s charges for generation on your bill. PG&E will also add additional fees to your bill. We always include these added fees in cost comparisons to ensure that you are comparing apples to apples, and so you can see the savings that PCE provides when all costs are included.

ECO100 Rates

ECO100 costs $0.01 per kWh more than our ECOplus option. That’s an easy and affordable way to green your operations.

Cost Comparison

Your business electricity bill shouldn’t be a mystery! With the Peninsula Clean Energy Cost Comparison Calculator, we’ll make it easy to estimate your rates! Download the calculator below:

Cost Comparison Calculator (XLSX)

PCE Rates Effective March 15, 2017 (PDF)

PG&E Joint Cost Comparison effective June 2017 (PDF)

 

Sample Commercial Cost Comparison

Typical Monthly Electric Charges*

 Peninsula Clean Energy
ECOplus
Peninsula Clean Energy
ECO100**
PG&E (opt-out)
Renewable Energy***50% 100% 30%
Greenhouse Gas Free Content80% 100% 60%
Electric Generation Charge$107.89
(PCE)
$123.29
(PCE)
$150.27
(PG&E)
PG&E Electric Delivery Charge$195.81
$195.81
$195.81
Additional PG&E Fees$34.87
$34.87
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Average Total Cost$338.61
$354.01
$346.39

**Based on a typical usage of 1540 kWh at current PG&E rates and PCE rates effective as of March 15, 2017 under the Com-1/A-1 rate schedule. Actual differences may vary depending on usage, rate schedule, and other factors. Estimate provided is an average of seasonal rates.