Break Up with PG&E Today

Summer temperatures are rising, and so are the chances that PG&E is going to shut off your power in the hot, dry conditions. Sound familiar? Even if you already have solar at home, you’re still at risk for planned power outages unless you’re prepared. And we all know what happens when you call PG&E for help—you get the runaround.

Take matters into your own hands: Become energy independent. When you install solar and energy storage solutions, like a battery backup system, you can save the extra energy that your panels produce. When the next blackout hits, your lights will stay on.   

Rest assured you’ll have peace of mind (and energy) during the next outage, and say goodbye to PG&E for good!