- Feb 02
Innovating Through Partnerships for a Clean Energy Future
This is the eighth in a series of opinion columns on California’s clean energy future. In this installment, Geisha Williams, president of...
- Jan 31
Art Rosenfeld, Remembering a Pioneer
In the following post, PG&E’s Chief Sustainability Officer Melissa Lavinson remembers Art Rosenfeld, considered California’s godfather of energy efficiency. *** The...
- Jan 12
California’s Big Bright Renewable Future
This is the seventh in a series of opinion columns on California’s clean energy future. In this installment, Geisha Williams, president of...
By the Numbers
March 1, 2017
Salesforce Tower in downtown San Francisco is no ordinary building. So it couldn’t have an ordinary energy profile, either. The tower will be the tallest office building west of the Mississippi when it opens this fall. The building’s electric load will be as much as eight megawatts – enough to power 1,000 single-family homes.More »
February 27, 2017
A statewide process to change the way Californians are charged for their energy will take another step toward completion this week. The goals of the changes are to help ensure the price customers pay for energy is more closely aligned with the cost of providing them with safe, reliable and clean energy service, to simplify rate structures and to encourage energy conservation.More »
February 23, 2017
Youth Leadership Bakersfield, a program offered by the Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce, recently brought 33 students out to PG&E’s service yard to learn about energy careers. Students watched linemen demonstrations, learned about electric safety and PG&E careers.More »
February 22, 2017
Five years of drought, pest infestations and warmer temperatures are transforming some of California’s beloved landscape. The total number of dead trees in the state since 2010 stands at 102 million. Now PG&E continues to use helicopters to inspect power lines and identify dead trees, work that can help reduce the risk of wildfires.More »