- Jul 12
Energy Executives Agree: Renew Cap and Trade
The following opinion piece, “Energy Executives Agree: Renew Cap and Trade,” was published in The Sacramento Bee today (July 12). It...
- Jun 14
All Together Now: The Case for Teamwork in Tackling Our Energy Challenges
“We can’t do this alone” is a common refrain among those seeking to solve big problems. Addressing California’s...
- 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...
By the Numbers
August 17, 2017
First responders don’t always wear uniforms. Sometimes they don colorful vests and show up in the least conspicuous places, like at a work station in an office building. That’s exactly what hundreds of employees did last week for PG&E’s annual companywide earthquake exercise.More »
August 16, 2017
What’s big and round and blocks the sun? Yes, your patio umbrella counts. But we’re actually talking about the moon, which will hide the sun in August in a once-in-a-generation solar eclipse that could make things interesting for, well, power generation.More »
August 15, 2017
PG&E is helping both boutique wineries with small production, and large wine producers, “crush” the harvest season by saving on energy costs. PG&E is offering free energy audits, cash incentives and customized programs during what can typically be an energy intensive time for wineries.More »
August 11, 2017
PG&E opened its new Center for Gas Safety and Innovation, another significant milestone in the energy company’s efforts to provide customers with safe, reliable, affordable and clean energy. The teams that work there will use some of the industry’s most advanced tools, testing capabilities and lab resources to ensure the safe operation of its gas system.More »