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There are a number of ways to save on your PG&E bill, and one you may have not thought of just yet, is replacing your standard light bulbs with CFLs. By replacing your standard light bulbs with CFLs, you can save energy and money!

CFLs provide a natural light and use 75% less energy. By using less energy you will save money and you won’t have to replace them as often because they last up to 10 times longer than the standard light bulb!


You may have already know that fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) can save energy but did you know this…

If every American home replaced just one light bulb with an energy efficient light bulb…

- We would save enough energy to light more than 3 million homes per year.

- We would also save more than $600 million in annual energy costs.

- And prevent greenhouse gases equivalent to the emissions of more than 800,000 cars! –

CFLs can be found at almost any store, or you can visit for CFLs in all shapes and sizes and other energy efficient products.


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Cash – for this old thing?

“PG&E also offers a wide range of rebates – from instant savings on lighting products to their appliance recycling program – to help you save energy and money.” –

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When you replace your water heater


When you replace your dish washer


When you replace your clothes washer

Please Note: Before purchasing a new appliance, visit: and click rebates to review qualifying energy efficient products.

WAIT! There’s more!

Besides replacing light bulbs and appliances, you may also be eligible to enroll in one of the variety of PG&E Financial Assistance Programs they have available. Qualifying consumers can save a percentage on their PG&E bill every month!

To learn more about these programs, and to see if you qualify, visit: and click Financial Assistance.