Pioneer Programs

Pioneer’s two primary programs are the CCA Program and the mPOWER Program

The CCA Program provides electric generation for customers in PG&E territory. The purpose of the CCA Program is to provide lower and more stable rates, to invest in the local economy and to support and create local jobs by investing in local electric generation projects.

The mPOWER Program provides fixed-rate, no money down financing to residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural, multifamily and non-profit property owners for energy efficiency upgrades, water conservation measures, and energy generation systems. mPOWER is available throughout Placer County (including the City of Roseville), all of Nevada County, and the City of Folsom.

Pioneer Customers are also eligible for most PG&E Programs

Because Pioneer customers remain PG&E customers for transmission and delivery, Pioneer customers can still participate in the following public purpose programs administered by PG&E on behalf of the California Public Utilities Commission:

Energy Efficiency Rebates

Equipment Testing Programs

Financial Assistance Programs

Pioneer customers will remain enrolled in CARE, FERA, Medical Baseline programs and will continue to receive the full benefits. New enrollments and re-enrollments of Pioneer customers for CARE, FERA, Medical Baseline must be processed through PG&E.

Programs such as eBills and Automated Payment Services are also available to Pioneer customers. Programs administered by Pioneer are offered in addition to those provided by PG&E.

Additional Programs and Resources Available to All Energy Customers

SMUD’s Energy and Technology Center offering classes and seminars for commercial and residential customers on energy efficiency and commercial productivity.

California Lighting Technology Center – CLTC at UC Davis providing lighting technologies research and information for commercial customers

Western Cooling Efficiency Center at UC Davis provide HVAC research and information on space cooling technologies.

Roseville’s Electric Utility Exploration Center  provides educational opportunities for groups and school children.

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