/ November 20, 2017
PG&E has donated a large tract of land in the McArthur Swamp under an agreement with conservation groups designed to ensure the parcel will be preserved in perpetuity. Left largely in its natural state, the 4,491-acre parcel is part of an important feeding and resting spot for ducks and geese along the Pacific Flyway.
/ November 17, 2017
One of the oldest commuter rail services in the West is getting a makeover and this week PG&E began relocating its electric facilities along Caltrain’s 51-mile corridor to support the electrification of Caltrain.
/ November 16, 2017
After more than a decade, cleanup at PG&E’s Hunters Point Power Plant is near completion. The environmental remediation project pioneered local hiring practices and today the 31-acre site hosts community events and features a new shoreline recreational trail.
/ November 16, 2017
From the Operation Hook, Line and Sinker fishing event on the Central Coast to the Veterans Day Parade in downtown Fresno, PG&E employees came out to support those who served in the armed forces.
/ November 15, 2017
A month after the start of devastating wildfires, hundreds of Sonoma County residents gathered to take another step in the recovery process. Billed as “Sonoma Strong: A Community Gathering,” and held in Santa Rosa’s Old Courthouse Square, the event was a way for the community to gather, to thank first responders and to begin rebuilding.
/ November 10, 2017
Two Army veterans who recently graduated from the first PowerPathway supervisor training for active military members proudly supported PG&E’s efforts during the North Bay wildfires.
/ November 8, 2017
PG&E issued the following statement today (Nov. 8) following the California Public Utilities Commission’s issuance of a proposed decision on the Diablo Canyon Power Plant joint proposal: “The DCPP…
/ November 8, 2017
By Tony Khing SONOMA — When looking at former U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Ana Sarver, one can’t tell she’s suffering from PTSD and has a traumatic brain…
/ October 27, 2017
In Mendocino County, PG&E President and Chief Operating Officer Nick Stavropoulos visited volunteer firefighters to thank them for helping save the company’s Potter Valley Hydroelectric facility. And in a surprise, Stavropoulos gave the group a $25,000 that will go toward the department’s equipment and training. Watch more in this video.
/ October 24, 2017
Dina Minyon and Roberto Godinez are helping return a bit of normalcy to residents’ lives following devastating North Bay wildfires. In this video, PG&E gas service representatives turn gas back on for residents in Santa Rosa.
San Joaquin Valley
/ October 6, 2017
Four local students won $1,500 scholarships this week from PG&E as part of The Big Fresno Fair’s 4.0 and Above program.
/ October 2, 2017
They may be young, but the students at Ophir Elementary School have more practice than even most grownups when it comes to responding to life-or-death emergencies. Their families have had to evacuate their city due to the Oroville Dam incident, as well as several wildfires. Last week, PG&E led an emergency preparedness assembly and gave fourth and fifth graders emergency safety kits.
/ September 28, 2017
PG&E has deployed a commercial-grade early warning system on a bank of four elevators at its downtown San Francisco headquarters. The 34-story building is the first high-rise building on the West Coast to have elevators equipped with the immediate, automated recall.
/ September 26, 2017
Since 2016, energy efficient upgrades at Napa Valley Unified School District have saved the district more than 95,000 kilowatt hours and nearly 800 therms of gas. The changes have also added up to rebates for the district totaling $48,800.
/ September 25, 2017
Higher water flows along a portion of the Pit River in eastern Shasta County will occur next month, over the Columbus Day weekend. Recreationists are urged to use extra caution.