If we determine that your home or business has an all-electric heat source that PG&E was not aware of, you will notice a rate change. Your heat source determines how much electricity or gas you can use at the lowest price, known as Baseline. If you have the incorrect heat source listed, your rate of electricity or gas may be impacted. Not all rates that PG&E offers include a baseline and programs like Medical Baseline and Time Of Use rate options can impact your billing structure. Visit Understanding how rates are set to learn more
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- Why do gas rates keep increasing?
- What can I ask Alexa?
- Where can I find PG&E's prices?
- Are there different rate plans available for residential gas usage?
- Does PG&E make more money when I use more energy?
- Can I request my end use or baseline allowance be changed if I'm not starting or transferring services?
- What is a breaker test and how do I do one?
- What qualifies as an electric heat source?
- How do I know if my heat source is gas or electric?
- Will updating my heat source effect my rate?