Demand Response Programs typically provide incentives and other benefits to business owners who can reduce/curtail their facilities energy use during times of peak demand. These programs help ensure reliable and affordable power for all Californians and are available to most commercial customers and some residential customers.
Watch PG&E's Demand Response video to understand visually why demand response programs work to help curtail energy demand when supply is short.
Following are California's Electric Load-Serving Entities (LSEs)
California's Investor-Owned Utilities (IOUs) – Demand Response Programs
Click on the links below to see the various Demand Response Programs offered by utilities throughout the state.
Publicly Owned Electric Load-Serving Entities (LSEs) Including Publicly Owned Utilities (POUs)
Click on the links below to see utility homepages or Demand Response Programs offered.
CCSF (also called Power Enterprise of San Francisco Public Utilities Commission)
Cerritos, City of Cerritos Electric Utility
City of Industry
Eastside Power Authority
Imperial Irrigation District (IID)
Moreno Valley Utility (MVU)
Needles, City of (Public Utility Authority)
Palo Alto, City of
Pittsburg, City of
Port of Oakland
Port of Stockton
Power and Water Resources Pooling Authority (PWRPA)
Rancho Cucamonga Municipal Utility
Redding Electric Utility
Riverside, City of, Public Utilities Department
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
Shasta Lake, City of
Shelter Cove Resort Improvement District (RID)
Trinity Public Utilities District (PUD)
Truckee Donnor Public Utilities District
Turlock Irrigation District (TID)
Ukiah, City of, Electric Utilities Division
Victorville Municipal Utilities Services