The table above is based on a typical usage of 427 kWh at PG&E rates as of May 1, 2020 and Peninsula Clean Energy rates effective as of May 15, 2020 under the E-1 rate schedule. PG&E renewable energy and greenhouse gas-free percentages are as of 2019. Actual usage and totals will vary depending on usage, rate schedule, and other factors. The estimate provided is an average of seasonal rates.
In addition to the electric generation charges, there are fees that Peninsula Clean Energy customers pay to PG&E (PCIA and Franchise Fee). We include these added fees in our cost comparisons so you can see the actual savings that Peninsula Clean Energy provides when all costs are considered. Peninsula Clean Energy rates are set by Peninsula Clean Energy’s Board of Directors at public meetings.
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If you want to do more for the environment, consider our ECO100 service. It provides energy that is 100% carbon-free and 100% renewable and costs only $0.01 per kWh more than our standard ECOplus service.