Rate Comparison

The Business EV Rate was specifically designed to reduce EV charging costs for businesses and public organizations. This page compares the Business EV Rate to other applicable commercial rates based on maximum demand, such as B-6, B-10, B-19, and B-20.

For comparison purposes, rate add-ons such as Peak-Day Pricing and Standby Charges are not included.

Select An Estimation Approachic_up carat

Vehicles are known and chargers are assigned on a 1:1 to each vehicle.

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Rate Applicabilityic_up carat

Depending on your demand, you may be eligible for different rates.

BEV Rateic_up carat

For EV charging installations with a connected load of 100 kilowatts (kW) and above. A secondary service refers to electricity supplied via lower voltage distribution lines. This rate is best suited for medium-sized projects.


What is a block?

A block is a subscribeable unit of energy, and is unique to the PG&E BEV rate. Blocks for Business High Use EV are measured in 50 kW increments.

You've selected 0 blocks, which is the equivalent of subscribing for 0 kW.

Based on the selected vehicles and charging windows, your expected demand is 0 kW, which is the equivalent of 0 blocks.

Secondary voltage is best suited for small and medium projects. Primary and transmission voltages are best suited for larger projects.

For more information on Primary and Transmission voltage, please visit https://pge.com/businessevrate

Rate Comparison - BEV and Commercial Rates

Rate Elements

Rate ElementChargeUnitsCost
Energy ($ per kWh)$NaN0$0
Subscription ($ per block)$95.560$0
Overage ($ per kW)$3.820$0

Charges are rounded for clarity - see tariff tables for exact values.

Rate Element Descriptions

Site Load Profile (kWh)