Please note: The website to submit your attestation form will be closing on Saturday, September 30th, 2017 at 5PM, Pacific Time. Submissions will not be accepted after it is closed.

Welcome to the California Industry Assistance Website

The CA Industry Assistance Credit is part of the State of California's Cap-and-Trade Program, developed as a result of landmark legislation called the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32). The program aims to address climate change by limiting the total amount of greenhouse gases (GHG) emitted by the largest sources.

You must determine which one of the two categories your facility falls in based on your annual direct emissions and the California Air Resources Board's (ARB's) GHG Mandatory Reporting Regulation (MRR). Depending upon the category that your facility falls in, the facility is either automatically eligible for the credit, or you must attest that the facility is eligible for the credit.

Facility Category Does not Report to ARB under its MRR Reports to ARB under its MRR
Description A facility with direct emissions of less than 10,000 MtCO2e per year is not required to report GHG data to ARB under MRR. A facility with direct emissions of 10,000 MtCO2e per year, or greater must report GHG data to ARB under MRR.
Action Required You must verify your facility's eligibility by September 30th, 2017. Continue below to complete the online attestation process. Your facility is automatically qualified, but you must provide information about the facility for PG&E to process the credit. If you have previously submitted this information, no further action is required. If you have not provided your facility information in the past, continue below.

Note: The CA Industry Assistance credit is provided at the facility level. If you have more than one facility, you must complete this process for each eligible facility separately. Per the regulation, a facility is defined as a physical property or structure located on one or more contiguous properties, such as a campus, factory or company headquarters.


To learn more about the CA Industry Assistance Credit, visit our Frequently Asked Questions.

To get started, select the correct option for your facility and click "Continue."