- 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...
- Apr 13
Drawing a Roadmap for the Brave New World of Electric Power
The energy economy in California is changing fast. Disruptive technologies and new market players are reshaping the game, even as...
By the Numbers
July 18, 2017
Twenty-five years ago, PG&E was the first company in San Francisco’s Financial District to open an on-site day care center to serve the children of its employees. The center is still thriving today.More »
July 17, 2017
Some of PG&E’s seasoned women executives recently shared their career insights and perspectives, along with valuable lessons learned, rising through the corporate ranks.More »
July 13, 2017
Like a phoenix, once majestic Ponderosa pine trees, destroyed by drought and bark beetles, will soon find new life in The Temple at Burning Man. PG&E is donating the dead trees, that it has felled to protect power lines and public safety, for the annual event in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert.More »
July 12, 2017
Birdy McBirdface didn’t make the cut. But Steph, KD and Iggy — named after three world-champion Warriors basketball players — were chosen as names for the baby falcons born atop the 33rd floor of PG&E’s downtown headquarters.More »