- Apr 13
Adapting the Utility Business Model to a Clean-Energy Future
California has directed that by the year 2030, half of the state’s electricity must come from renewable sources....
- Feb 24
PG&E Building Resilience against the Hazards of Climate Change
From extreme weather to rising tides, the threat that climate change poses to crucial sectors of the U.S....
- Jan 19
Four Keys to Making Electric Vehicles an Easier Sell
Last year in California, plug-in electric vehicles made up about 3 percent of new car sales. We now...
By the Numbers
April 27, 2016
Three new peregrine falcons recently hatched atop PG&E’s San Francisco headquarters (like these baby falcons that hatched there in 2012). The world has been watching them via a webcam, but up to now the young birds don’t have names. We’re going to do something about that.More »
April 22, 2016
After five years of hard work that included countless hours of training and learning about safety and the skills of their new craft, 28 PG&E employees achieved a major milestone as the first graduates of PG&E’s most comprehensive Apprentice Line Worker Program.More »
April 19, 2016
Every drop counts as California faces a critical water shortage. The work of PG&E hydrographers is vital as they travel to designated courses in the high Sierra Nevada and Southern Cascades to measure precious water supply in snowpack to prepare for hot summer months ahead. In this video, see the results from a recent survey in Lassen County.More »
April 18, 2016
They swept gravel, dug weeds and replaced fencing. To commemorate Earth Day, hundreds of volunteers came together to beautify state parks from the Sonoma Coast to San Luis Obispo County. Just another example of PG&E’s commitment to the environment and its communities.More »