- Nov 19
Solar: Good for PG&E, Our Customers and California
Like most things involving clean energy, California is easily the bellwether among its peer states in rooftop solar...
- Oct 29
Stop Vampire Appliances from Taking a Bite Out of Your Budget
This time of year, lots of us are decorating our homes with all things spooky. But there’s something...
- Oct 22
PG&E’s Focus on Customers Translates in Every Language
PG&E serves nearly 16 million wonderfully diverse Californians, and we want to make sure we’re both serving that...
By the Numbers
- Oct 30
How PG&E is Using Demand Management to Make Smarter Use of the Grid
In a report issued last year, California’s state power grid operator envisioned that “new, more flexible and responsive”...
- Sep 24
Electric Vehicles Widen Their Clean-Air Advantage
If you doubt that electric vehicles (EVs) will play a big part in the future of clean transportation,...
- Sep 19
Proposed Commercial Air Conditioning Standards Would Save Businesses Billions
PG&E supports a U.S. Department of Energy proposal for new efficiency standards that would cut commercial rooftop air conditioner energy...
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November 25, 2014
The American Red Cross Bay Area has selected PG&E Chairman and CEO Tony Earley as its 2015 Philanthropic CEO of the Year. Earley will officially accept the award at the 2015 Red Cross Gala in April.More »
November 24, 2014
PG&E’s booth at the San Francisco International Auto Show features electric and other alternative-fuel vehicles used by the company. PG&E also is sponsoring an electric vehicle test drive today and Tuesday outside the show.More »
November 24, 2014
PG&E employees helped the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services distribute a record number of Thanksgiving turkeys to nearly 10,000 families in need in what has become an annual tradition.More »
November 23, 2014
On Thanksgiving, PG&E workers like gas service rep Doug Johnson and Kevin Schaffer, a grid control center supervisor, will be on duty. Holidays are important, they say, but customers are important, too. “PG&E is a 365-day operation and someone needs to be here to make sure it works,” says Kevin Waden, a gas transportation scheduler.More »