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Central Coast /  October 28, 2014

PG&E Volunteers Make a Difference at Fort Ord

To celebrate National Public Lands Day and Make a Difference Day, PG&E partnered with the Bureau of Land Management and FORT Friends at Fort Ord National Monument on Oct. 25. PG&E provided a grant to the Conservation Lands Foundation and helped bring more than 150 volunteers — including PG&E employees and their families — to the monument.

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Fresno County /  October 27, 2014

PG&E Employee Makes Connection with Fellow Veteran as Honor Flight Takes Wing

This week, PG&E spokesman and Navy veteran Denny Boyles is accompanying a World War II veteran on an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. These flights, free to the veterans, give them a chance to see the memorials built in their honor. PG&E is a sponsor of the program, and Boyles made a personal donation to serve as a Guardian.

Central Coast /  October 24, 2014

Meet PG&E’s Lane Biermann

Each day during Nuclear Science Week, Currents will profile a PG&E employee working at its Diablo Canyon Power Plant in San Luis Obispo County. Today, meet Lane Biermann, a machinist at the plant.

Central Coast /  October 23, 2014

Meet PG&E’s Colt Wells

Each day during Nuclear Science Week, Currents will profile a PG&E employee working at its Diablo Canyon Power Plant in San Luis Obispo County. Today, meet Colt Wells, a chemistry and radiation protection technician.

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Butte County /  October 23, 2014

PG&E Funds Restoration of Sawmill Peak Lookout Tower

Over the past several months, a cooperative effort between PG&E, the Butte County Fire Safe Council and CAL FIRE has enabled significant restoration work to be completed on the Sawmill Peak lookout.

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Central Coast /  October 22, 2014

With San Luis Obispo Event, PG&E Launches Economic Vitality Grants Across California

More than 200 workers will get job-training and career-boosting skills as a result of a grant announced today by PG&E President Chris Johns in San Luis Obispo. The $20,000 PG&E Economic Vitality Grant is just one of 10 such awards that the company will be making. In all, 10 non-profits will share in $200,000 for job creation, business development and other economic opportunities.

Sacramento Valley /  October 22, 2014

PG&E Funds Fire Prevention Efforts by Yuba Fire Safe Council, Yuba County

PG&E has provided more than $400,000 in funding for projects that will reduce wildfire risk in the Yuba County foothills, the company announced today.

Central Coast /  October 22, 2014

Meet PG&E’s Chris Harrison

Each day during Nuclear Science Week, Currents will profile a PG&E employee working at its Diablo Canyon Power Plant in San Luis Obispo County. Today, meet Chris Harrison, a safety injection system engineer.

Bakersfield /  October 15, 2014

PG&E, Partners Help Restore Habitat at Panorama Vista Preserve

River Partners and the Kern River Corridor Endowment hosted a tree planting day at the Panorama Vista Preserve today in Bakersfield. Area residents, students and volunteers planted more than 3,000 native trees and shrubs. PG&E and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation funded the project.

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Central Coast /  October 14, 2014

King City Substation Upgrade Benefits Customers, Local Growth

In the heart of the Salinas Valley, where so much of America’s produce is grown and processed, PG&E has been tending to its own electrical crop. As this video story shows, for much of the last year, the company and its contractors have been adding capacity and reliability to the substation in King City.

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Sacramento Valley /  October 14, 2014

PG&E Donates 151 Acres to U.S. Forest Service as Part of its Land Conservation Commitment

PG&E has donated a 151-acre parcel in Tehama County to the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), marking the company’s second land transfer as part of its Land Conservation Commitment.

Central Coast /  October 14, 2014

PG&E and DonorsChoose Partner to Support Teachers

DonorsChoose.org and PG&E are partnering to help maximize children’s learning in San Luis Obispo County public schools. PG&E is providing a “Double Your Impact” offer through DonorsChoose.org to match 50 percent of funding needs of classroom projects across the county, up to $25,000.

Sacramento Valley /  October 13, 2014

PG&E to Provide High Whitewater Flows on Portion of Pit River for Five Days

PG&E will provide high whitewater flows in the Pit 1 Reach of the Pit River in eastern Shasta County October 17-22..

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Central Coast /  October 13, 2014

PG&E Chief Nuclear Officer Shares Leadership Training with Community Partners

Many leaders struggle with processes and relationships and, as a result, fail to produce great results. That was the overarching message PG&E Senior Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer Ed Halpin delivered to more than 25 community and business leaders from throughout San Luis Obispo County, who attended the two-day Facilitative Leadership course he taught in late September.

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Central Coast /  October 10, 2014

PG&E Provides $163,500 to Fire Safe Council to Reduce Wildfire Risk

With national Fire Prevention Week under way, PG&E and the Fire Safe Council of San Luis Obispo today announced a partnership to help reduce the risk of wildfire. During an event at the Mt. Lowe communications site, PG&E provided $163,500 to the council to support needed fuel reduction, infrastructure protection and defensible space projects throughout the county.

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Central Coast /  October 10, 2014

PG&E’s Gordon Fehlman Shows True Grit in Gas Operations on Monterey Peninsula

PG&E Gas Construction Supervisor Gordon Fehlman is one of the employees featured in local advertisements. “I’ve never looked at working at PG&E as just a job,” he says.

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