PG&E President Chris Johns and other executives at PG&E have been meeting with customers and local leaders throughout the company’s service territory over the past several months. These have become great opportunities for a spirited exchange of information. This week, Johns visited with the editorial board of the Sacramento Bee. The format gave reporters and editors a chance to ask questions about important issues such as pipeline safety and the impact of the recent tragedy in Japan on PG&E’s Diablo Canyon nuclear plant. Johns spoke about the importance of operational safety to PG&E, and what the company is doing to improve the relationship with its customers. Or, as the Bee headline noted, “PG&E president promises a safer, customer-friendly company.”
Posted on April 12, 2011
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