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Drive a Stake through Energy Vampires with Advanced Power Strips
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- Apr 15
Riding the Rails for Energy Storage
While California studies high-speed rail to carry passengers up and down the state, a start-up in Nevada is...
- Apr 11
Conserving Water Must Start Now
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April 18, 2014
On Wednesday, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson was formally inducted as the 72nd president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors during a gavel passing ceremony in Sacramento. PG&E was the lead sponsor of the event and several members from PG&E’s local government relations team that work closely with the mayor and other local elected officials were in attendance to congratulate him on his new position.More »
April 15, 2014
PG&E, in conjunction with local Boys & Girls Clubs, has launched the Summer Jobs Program. Hundreds of teens in Bakersfield, Sacramento and Fresno will get career-building skills and many of them will get jobs at local businesses this summer.More »
April 16, 2014
Tony Earley, PG&E’s chairman and CEO, offered his thoughts on the importance of job training on the White House blog. Earley focused on PG&E’s innovative PowerPathway program that trains workers for careers in the energy industry.More »
April 16, 2014
PG&E volunteers recently gathered at the SF-Marin Food Bank as one of the many Month of Service community projects. As this video shows, their work helped to feed many hungry people. PG&E has been a long-time sponsor of the Food Bank, which was recently honored at a San Francisco Giants game.More »