The applicant may apply for the rebate even if the PG&E electric account is in another person’s name. If the applicant’s apartment building or mobile home does not have a separate electric meter for their unit, the landlord or property manager may be responsible for paying PG&E for electricity. In this case, please request the PG&E account number and service agreement ID from the landlord or property manager in order to complete the application.
Additionally, once we review an application, we may require a copy of a recent PG&E bill to further verify eligibility. If we do request a bill, we look for: the date (or a bill due date), the electric service agreement ID, and the service address. Any other information on the bill can be redacted, if preferred by the account holder.
Note: This PG&E service account would still be eligible to apply for a rebate for other eligible vehicle(s), as one rebate may be issued per eligible vehicle. There is a requirement that rebates may only be issued for up to three vehicles purchased in a single calendar year per PG&E service account, but exceptions can be made for multi-unit dwellings sharing one service agreement ID.