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PG&E is excited to offer a Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) database webinar training for applicants. PG&E’s team will go over how to complete SGIP RRF and ICF forms, the new rules for the new Equity Resiliency budget, and will answer questions about the application process. Please see below for more details.


When: Monday May 11th


Time: 10:00am – 11:30am


View Webex here

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To promote equitable distribution of funds, the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) provides increased incentives to customers who need the equipment the most. Anyone can apply for SGIP incentives, and as a residential customer, you may receive increased incentives depending on your income status, location, medical/essential needs, and likelihood to be shutoff in a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) event.


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  • To Apply for SGIP Incentives: complete the online applicationOpens in new Window..
  • There are three different incentive levels you may qualify for, with varying eligibility criteria:
    1. “Equity Resiliency” incentives:
      1. Up to 100% of battery costs ($1.00/Wh)
      2. The application portal is currently paused. Applications will be accepted starting May 1, 2020.
    2. “Equity” incentives:
      1. Up to 85% of battery costs ($0.85/Wh)
      2. The application portal is currently paused. Applications will be accepted starting May 1, 2020.
    3. “General Market” incentives:
      1. General Market battery incentives decrease over time. Please select the budget category of interestOpens in new Window. (Small Residential Storage) to track the current incentive.
      2. Applications are not yet accepted:
        1. Please note: the budget for each residential General Market step is available to all residential customers, but if/when 50% of the budget for the current step is allocated to “non-resiliency” customers (defined here as customers who: do not live in Tier 2 or Tier 3 High Fire Threat Districts (HFTD); or have not been shut off 2+ times during PSPS) then PG&E will pause acceptance of applications from non-resiliency customers, and reserve the remaining 50% of the step’s budget for “resiliency” customers (defined here as customers who: do live in Tier 2 or Tier 3 HFTD or have been shut off 2+ times during PSPS).

      3. Please select the budget category of interestOpens in new Window. (Small Residential Storage) to track budget allocations.


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You may be eligible to receive a fully funded battery. To support our customers who are most vulnerable to PSPS events yet financially unable to purchase a battery, SGIP offers incentive levels high enough to potentially provide you with a free battery. Batteries vary in the amount of energy they can store, and this energy storage capacity is typically measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh) or watt-hours (Wh). To help you address your specific needs and help you cover your specific costs, SGIP incentives are provided on a per Wh basis. While battery costs vary across developers, in 2019, the cost of a battery ranged from $0.72/Wh to $1.25/Wh (with an average battery cost of $0.99/Wh), and with SGIP, you may qualify for incentives as high as $1.00/Wh. Please check the “ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA & INCENTIVES” section to see what incentive level you may qualify for. Please note that if you do not qualify for a high enough incentive, we still encourage you to apply.

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“Equity Resiliency” Customer Eligibility Criteria“Equity” Customer Eligibility Criteria“General Market” Customer Eligibility Criteria

Up to 100% of battery costs ($1.00/Wh)


You are living in a home shutoff 2+ times by Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) OR residing in a Tier 2 or Tier 3 High Fire Threat District;


AND you meet one of the following criteria:


  • You are eligible or enrolled in Medical Baseline
  • You have notified PG&E of a potentially life-threatening illness/condition if the power shuts off
  • You rely on electric-pump wells for water supply
  • You have incentives reserved in one of the following rooftop solar programs:
  • You live in a Disadvantaged Community, defined as any community in the top 25 percent most affected census tracts in the most recently release version of CalEnviroScreen
  • You are a Low Income Homeowner, defined as someone living in a home subject to resale restrictions as defined in Section 2852(a)(3)(c)
  • You are a Low Income Renter, defined as someone living in multifamily residential building with 5+ deed restricted units AND either: (1) in a Disadvantaged Community, defined as any community in the top 25 percent most affected census tracts in the most recently release version of CalEnviroScreen OR (2) in a building with 80% of households have incomes <= 60% of the area median income

Up to 85% of battery costs ($0.85/Wh)


You meet one of the following criteria:


Visit the statewide SGIP site and select the budget category of interest (Small Residential Storage) to track the current incentive.


  • If you live in the PG&E service territory, you are eligible if your total battery storage system is configured such that the rated capacity size is less than or equal to 10kW. Otherwise, you must apply for “General Market” Non-Residential incentives.

Please note that:


Residential customers applying for battery storage incentives must transition to qualifying home charging rate schedules (EVA, EVB, or EV2A) in order to be eligible to receive any SGIP storage incentives. This is to promote a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by providing the right price signals to charge during “off-peak” times when there are more renewables on the grid. You may also save money on these rates by charging your battery storage system during off-peak times and discharging it during “peak” times.



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Email: selfgen@pge.com

Customer Service Center: 1-877-743-4112, ext. #4, then ext. #3


Mailing address:

PG&E Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP)
PO Box 7433
San Francisco, CA 94120


Overnight address:

PG&E Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP)
245 Market St., MC N9K
San Francisco, CA 94105-1797