Energy e-mail alerts now available for PG&E customers

December 2, 2010 at 8:02 pm

It’s useful to know how to save energy, but it’s especially useful to know exactly when your energy consumption is starting to cost you more money, so you can take action. Customers of the Northern California utility Pacific Gas & Electric now can sign up to receive e-mail messages alerting them when they’re crossing into a more expensive billing tier.

Opt-in “tiered alerts” are available to the more than 7 million PG&E customers who have smart meters installed. To sign up, visit pge.com/energyalerts/

How does this service work? PG&E explained it in an e-mail..

Full story: Energy alerts now available for Northern Californians

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Entry filed under: consumer benefits, consumer energy feedback, demand response, Smart Meters, Utilities. Tags: , .

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