Albany, Dublin, Hayward, and Pleasanton are changing their default service plans to Renewable 100 in January.For more information
EBCE’s electricity rates are set through a transparent public process and approved by the EBCE Board of Directors.
As an EBCE customer, your rates are calculated based on 1) which rate schedule and programs you are on with PG&E (e.g. residential, Time-of-Use, Electric Vehicle, CARE, Medical Baseline) and 2) which service level you choose from EBCE (e.g. Bright Choice, Brilliant 100, Renewable 100). Your PG&E rate schedule and discount programs automatically apply to your EBCE service.
For a complete list of our rates, visit our Rates page.
To compare service plans, visit our Compare Your Options page.
To compare EBCE rates to PG&E rates, visit the Joint Rate Comparison (PDF).
Time of Use (TOU)
TOU rates vary according to the time of day, season, and day type (weekday or weekend/holiday). EBCE has the same time-of-use rates as PG&E, and EBCE will place you on those rates automatically based on the rate schedule you have with PG&E. Learn more here.
Net Energy Metering
EBCE customers that generate electricity at their home or business and are approved for interconnection by PG&E will be automatically enrolled in EBCE’s NEM program.
Electric Vehicles (EVs)
EBCE offers the same EV rates as PG&E, and is developing EV incentives that complement the other available rates and tax incentives. EBCE customers are eligible for the same EV rebates from PG&E as non-EBCE customers.
EBCE Service Options
LEED Green Building Certification
Do you need the LEED Green Power points for green building certification? If so, you’re in luck! EBCE offers a Green-e Energy certified version of our Renewable 100 product, sold in 5-year terms specifically for LEED green building certification. Download the details here (PDF).