- Aug 23
At PG&E, Safety Is Everybody’s Responsibility
About 300 of PG&E’s top leaders spent the day together recently to talk about one thing and one...
- Aug 02
PG&E Leaders Talk Energy Policy, Workforce and Smart Cities in Philadelphia
Political conventions aren’t just for presidential candidates and their supporters. They also offer an opportunity for leaders of...
- Jun 01
Paris Comes to San Francisco: PG&E, World Energy Ministers Follow up on Historic UN Climate Summit
PG&E will be at the center of a global summit this week in San Francisco, sharing the company’s...
By the Numbers
September 26, 2016
In Tuolumne County, PG&E is hauling away dead trees that could become fuel for wildfires. The program, available in counties hardest hit by tree mortality, removes wood that might be used for lumber, animal bed shavings or processed into biomass chips to generate renewable power.More »
September 21, 2016
On Tuesday, PG&E and the Golden State Warriors hosted a volunteer event at Sacred Heart Community Service in San Jose where 5,000 lunch bags were packed and later delivered for low-income students.More »
September 20, 2016
As their names were read, several dozen men and women walked across a PG&E auditorium stage and accepted their diplomas. After six months of training, the 24 students were graduates of the latest PG&E PowerPathwayCypress Mandela program. Since 2012, more than 90 percent of graduates have gone on to work for PG&E or a utility.More »
September 16, 2016
To help food pantries prepare for turkey dinners and stuffing during the holidays, PG&E employees from the South Bay recently donated their time to sort healthy goods that will be distributed to thousands of families.More »
VIDEO: After Dead Trees Come Down, PG&E Starts Hauling Them Away
Santa Clara County: PG&E, Golden State Warriors Pack 5,000 Lunches for San Jose Students
Training Future Utility Workers: Graduation Caps another Successful PowerPathway Class
Santa Clara County: PG&E Employees Team Up to Fight Hunger in South Bay