PG&E offers programs to help low-income households reduce energy costs including:
- Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP): This federally funded program provides financial assistance to help offset eligible household energy costs, including heating, cooling and home weatherization expenses. For more information, visit LIHEAP.
- Relief for Energy Assistance Through Community Help (REACH): This is a program that helps customer pay for energy during a crisis. REACH provides an energy credit for up to $300 based on the past due bill and is subject to funding availability. For more information visit REACH.
- Energy Savings Assistance Program: The Energy Savings Assistance Program provides qualified customers with energy-saving improvements at no charge. Improving the energy efficiency of a home can significantly reduce energy bills. To see if you qualify, visit Energy Savings Assistance Program.
- CARE/FERA Discount Programs: CARE and FERA help eligible customers pay their energy bills. A monthly discount is applied on electricity and/or gas for eligible households. For more information visit CARE and FERA.