- Sep 22
Hurricane Lessons Relevant to Us in California
As I write this, more than 80 major wildfires are burning across the Western United States. The third...
- Jul 12
Energy Executives Agree: Renew Cap and Trade
The following opinion piece, “Energy Executives Agree: Renew Cap and Trade,” was published in The Sacramento Bee today (July 12). It...
- Jun 14
All Together Now: The Case for Teamwork in Tackling Our Energy Challenges
“We can’t do this alone” is a common refrain among those seeking to solve big problems. Addressing California’s...
By the Numbers
October 14, 2017
In response to the unprecedented wind-driven wildfires occurring in Northern California, more than 3,000 PG&E employees and mutual-aid partners are working hard to restore electric and gas service to customers.More »
October 5, 2017
Why does someone go through 16 weeks of instruction for a career in the construction trade, followed by eight weeks of training for a position with PG&E as an electric utility worker? All without getting paid for nearly six months? And with no guarantee of employment upon graduation? For a recent group in PG&E’s PowerPathway training program, the reason is very simple.More »
October 3, 2017
Margaret Mooney was one of the first female meteorologists in the nation. She worked for PG&E nearly 30 years and was the inspiration for the company’s Margaret Mooney Award for Innovation. Mooney recently passed away.More »
October 2, 2017
They may be young, but the students at Ophir Elementary School have more practice than even most grownups when it comes to responding to life-or-death emergencies. Their families have had to evacuate their city due to the Oroville Dam incident, as well as several wildfires. Last week, PG&E led an emergency preparedness assembly and gave fourth and fifth graders emergency safety kits.More »