- May 21
PG&E Helps You Save While You Shower
Compared to the latest in high-tech LED lighting, water heaters don’t get a lot of respect in most...
- May 17
Celebrate National Bike Month Every Month
May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month, Older Americans Month, and, for some reason, Pet Cancer Month. Readers of...
- May 15
Zero Net Energy Building Design Competition Begins
The third annual Architecture at Zero competition for zero net energy (ZNE) building design has begun. It is sponsored by...
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May 20, 2013
2013 is a pivotal year for PG&E, its customers, and the state’s economy. The CPUC is reviewing PG&E’s proposed General Rate Case for the years 2014 to 2016. At issue are the resources the utility needs to safely and reliably operate, maintain and modernize its gas and electric distribution and electric generation systems. PG&E believes it can achieve these important benefits at a reasonable cost to customers.More »
May 17, 2013
With shovels in hand, PG&E and local community leaders broke ground Friday on a new 24,000-square-foot electric distribution control center in Fresno that will both improve electric reliability and provide an economic boost to the city.More »
May 17, 2013
The quiet operation of an electric car seems like the perfect complement to the majestic stillness of the Muir Woods in Marin County. And after the unveiling of two public EV chargers on Thursday (May 16) at the Muir Woods National Monument, that combination of technology and trees has become a reality.More »
May 16, 2013
Today’s Time for Business lunch was an educational opportunity for small- and medium-sized business owners to learn more about time-of-use energy pricing. About a dozen such events will be held in PG&E’s service area.More »
PG&E’s General Rate Case Supports Future of Safe, Reliable and Affordable Energy
Fresno: PG&E, Community Leaders Break Ground on New Electric Distribution Control Center
VIDEO: PG&E Helps to Install Electric Vehicle Chargers in Muir Woods
Pleasanton: Small Business Owners Learn to Save Money Ahead of New Pricing