What is the Energy Watch Program?
Energy Watch is a public service program offered by PG&E to educate customers on how to lower their energy use. Contractors will come to the apartment, house or business and conduct an energy assessment and provide the renter, homeowner or small business owner with a list of the available energy-efficient measures (items that use less electricity) that may be installed at no-cost. Upon approval from the property owner, the measures will be installed at a convenient time for the customer.
What will the Energy Watch Program do?
Professional installation specialists may install energy-efficient measures ranging from hard-wired fluorescent lighting, compact fluorescent light bulbs, LED exit signs, linear fluorescent lamps. The installed measures depend on the needs of the home or business.
Who can participate in the Program?
Energy Watch is available to eligible PG&E customers on a first-come, first-served basis until the program deadline or until program funds are spent, whichever comes first. The Program is available to renters, homeowners and small business owners within the designated areas of the participating Cities.
Who to contact?
Please call Energy Watch at 866-388-8820 to see if your business, city government or non-profit building is eligible to participate or sign up online at www.energywatchinfo.com. Property owners will need to approve installation of energy-efficient measures before installation can begin.
Other Energy-Efficiency Programs
There may be additional programs and tools available to help businesses and residents manage their energy use and costs. For information about other PG&E residential energy-efficiency programs, please call the PG&E Smarter Energy Line at 1-800-933-9555. For information about PG&E’s commercial energy-efficiency programs, please call the Business Customer Center at 1-800-468-4743.