- Jan 19
Four Keys to Making Electric Vehicles an Easier Sell
Last year in California, plug-in electric vehicles made up about 3 percent of new car sales. We now...
- Jan 12
PG&E's Response to U.S. Government's Motions in Criminal Case
The following is PG&E’s response to the U.S. Government’s motion filed today (Jan. 12) in regards to the San Bruno...
- Dec 14
How Rooftop Solar Homeowners Can Prepare for El Niño
We’ve shared a lot about what to do to protect you and your loved ones during El Niño weather this...
By the Numbers
February 11, 2016
Kelly Ayllon is the first in her family to go to college and is determined to make her dream of a becoming a doctor come true — it’s a dream that is now closer to reality after she was awarded a $20,000-a-year scholarship from PG&E.More »
February 10, 2016
Strong mentors helped PG&E lineman Marcus Jenkins get to where he is today. And now he’s passing on his knowledge to a new generation of line workers. Stepping up and personal responsibility are important to Jenkins, featured in PG&E’s new TV ad campaign.More »
February 8, 2016
There are at least 370 reasons that balloons should be tied to a weight. That was the number of power outages in PG&E’s service territory in 2015 caused by untethered metallic balloons striking power lines.More »