- Aug 28
What’s the Cleanest Energy? (You’ll be Surprised)
The fourth in a series of editorials on California’s clean energy future from PG&E Corp. Chairman, CEO and President Tony...
- Aug 27
PG&E’s Voice in the Growing Refrain on Climate Change
Energy is getting quite a bit of attention lately. On Monday (Aug. 24), President Obama spoke at the National...
- Aug 21
Supporting Customer Solar
The third in a series of editorials on California’s clean energy future from PG&E Corp. Chairman, CEO and President Tony...
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September 1, 2015
A small town along the redwood forests was once completely owned by the Pacific Lumber Company. But that’s all changing and that includes building an electric grid in, around, over and under 262 homes and other buildings. Performing the work are PG&E workers aided by their fleet of blue trucks. As this video shows, these historic homes will benefit from a new electric infrastructure.More »
August 31, 2015
PG&E Completes Overnight Repairs to Transmission Towers Severely Damaged by Third Party in Burlingame
PG&E crews completed temporary repairs to high-voltage electric transmission equipment in Burlingame early this morning (Aug. 31) after a third party doing construction work severely damaged a tower and related electrical equipment last Friday night, closing Highway 101.More »
August 27, 2015
This week, President Obama spoke at the National Clean Energy Summit, touting his administration’s landmark Clean Power Plan released this month. The world is abuzz about energy, and given PG&E’s deep experience with clean energy issues, we have a leading voice in the conversation, PG&E’s Tim Fitzpatrick writes.More »