- Apr 13
Adapting the Utility Business Model to a Clean-Energy Future
California has directed that by the year 2030, half of the state’s electricity must come from renewable sources....
- Feb 24
PG&E Building Resilience against the Hazards of Climate Change
From extreme weather to rising tides, the threat that climate change poses to crucial sectors of the U.S....
- 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...
By the Numbers
May 26, 2016
Leon Kwak thought he was going to take a group photo with his robotics club for his high school’s website. Little did he know it was all a ruse that would soon culminate in a life-changing surprise.More »
May 26, 2016
PG&E is utilizing a diverse array of innovative tools to survey and inspect its gas infrastructure by air, by land and by sea. As this video shows, advancements in new technology are helping lead the way for the future of leak surveys.More »
May 25, 2016
An ordinary day for Stephen Boyle at Tokay High School quickly turned extraordinary. This week, Boyle was named one of 10 PG&E Better Together Scholarship winners. See the moment of surprise in this video as Boyle learns he’s one of the big winners.More »
May 24, 2016
Customers saved $227 million on their energy bills through energy efficiency programs in 2015. By participating in these programs, on average, a typical PG&E residential customer saved $60-100 during the year, not to mention doing their part for climate change.More »
Santa Clara County: Robotics Student Surprised with PG&E Scholarship in Front of Classmates
VIDEO: Leak Survey Crews Cover Northern and Central California by Air, Land and Sea
VIDEO: PG&E Scholarship Worth $100,000 Nearly Leaves Lodi Student Speechless
PG&E Helped Customers Save through Energy Efficiency Programs in 2015