- Mar 11
Geothermal Part 1: Time to Tap California’s Potential?
One of California’s oldest sources of renewable energy — geothermal — may be ripe for expansion to meet...
- Mar 06
The Case for “Picking Winners”
The Solyndra scandal has come and gone, but the Department of Energy (DOE) is still giving out loans...
- Mar 04
The Puzzling Psychology of Climate Change Denial
Working with supercomputers, satellites and Earth sensors, scientists are steadily cracking the secrets of global warming. But so...
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March 11, 2014
Students from New Energy Academies in Stockton and Sacramento recently participated in a field trip they won’t soon forget — a daylong visit to the California State Capitol. They toured legislative offices, met state leaders and got to show off some class projects.More »
March 10, 2014
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) latest annual assessment of Diablo Canyon Power Plant continues to find PG&E is operating the facility safely, and is meeting all of the federal regulator’s safety and security performance objectivesMore »
March 10, 2014
As California celebrates Arbor Week from March 7-14, PG&E urges its customers to take steps to safely plant the right trees in the right place. Customers should also call 811 before digging to plant a tree to avoid hitting underground utilities.More »
March 7, 2014
PG&E has joined with others to develop a robot prototype that will enhance the companies’ ability to visually inspect natural gas pipelines for signs of corrosion, while minimizing lengthy constructions digs.More »