- 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...
- Mar 16
Building a Better Electric Grid, for a Better California
This is the final essay in a series of opinion columns on California’s clean energy future. In this installment, Geisha Williams, CEO...
- 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...
By the Numbers
May 19, 2017
The cost for customers to participate in PG&E’s Solar Choice program has dropped by 30 percent for residential customers and nearly 50 percent for some business customers. PG&E continues to invest in the program with new solar infrastructure by renewable developers.More »
May 16, 2017
PG&E is testing new “keyhole” technology that uses special tools and is less invasive when replacing service tee caps — underground pipe pieces that link together other pipes. The new method enhances safety and is more efficient and environmentally friendly because it eliminates larger digs and restoration.More »
May 15, 2017
The HIRE Vets Act, signed into law by President Trump this month, is intended to encourage more companies to prioritize the hiring of military veterans. The new law was inspired by PG&E’s long-standing support of veteran hiring.More »
May 10, 2017
In concert with other concerned companies from across the country, PG&E has joined the campaign to persuade President Trump to keep the United States in the Paris Climate Agreement.More »
PG&E’s Solar Choice Program Brings Clean Energy to Customers at Lower Cost
Oakland: PG&E Gas Crews Testing More Efficient, Faster Way to Reach Underground Pipes
Inspired by PG&E’s Support of Veteran Hiring, HIRE Vets Act Becomes Law
PG&E Joins U.S. Business Sector to Voice Support for Paris Climate Accord