/ November 23, 2016
At a Home Depot store, PG&E held a holiday light exchange in an effort to promote energy efficiency and safety.
/ November 21, 2016
For the third consecutive year, San Jose’s Christmas in the Park challenged PG&E to compete with other companies to see who could build the most creative playhouse as part of a Habitat for Humanity fundraiser.
/ November 18, 2016
An 18-acre wetland was re-flooded through a partnership between the Monterey County Water Resources Agency, Central Coast Wetlands Group at Moss Landing Marine Labs and PG&E.
/ November 16, 2016
In a normally quiet river canyon in Amador County, big booms could be heard. The East Panther Creek Dam was built to withstand the forces of nature, so taking it apart takes some muscle. With the 15-foot high diversion dam’s removal, the creek’s hydrology will be restored to pre-dam conditions, which will benefit fish, habitat and flows.
/ November 15, 2016
A long-running holiday season tradition took shape as PG&E linemen reached high to decorate lampposts in downtown Chico.
/ November 9, 2016
Before joining PG&E in 2014, Chico-based apprentice lineman Brandon Branch spent five years as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. After leaving the military, Branch didn’t think he would find a career as fulfilling as that of a Marine. But that all changed when he became an apprentice at PG&E.
/ November 8, 2016
The culture of safety, the continuous drills and training, and even the rhythm and smell of Diablo Canyon Power Plant are familiar to many former U.S. Navy employees who feel at home here after having served their country.
/ November 7, 2016
Matt Grossman and Max Glenn of Rio Americano High School in Sacramento will join four other PG&E Solar Suitcase program participants traveling to Kenya courtesy of PG&E. The students will deliver the portable power sources to communities in need.
/ November 7, 2016
More than a year ago, former U.S. Marine Farron Drylie graduated from PG&E’s PowerPathway program. The staff sergeant was the first active military member to take the training. As this video shows, Drylie was responsible for protecting and serving others. And that’s still the case as he’s now helping PG&E’s gas safety mission.
/ November 7, 2016
Smiling from ear to ear, dozens of youngsters filled the basketball court at Irving M. Scott School for a moment that will likely leave a lasting impression. David West of the Golden State Warriors tipped off a youth basketball clinic on the recently renovated neighborhood basketball court, a project that came together with the help of PG&E.
November 4, 2016
New shade trees funded by PG&E will soon adorn the campus of Chemehuevi Valley Elementary School, a small school attended by children of the Chemehuevi Tribe on the California side of Lake Havasu.
/ November 3, 2016
Amy Hua and Kyle Mondina will travel to Kenya in February with WE Charity to help deliver Solar Suitcases to communities in need. The trip, part of PG&E’s Solar Suitcase program, is part of a service-learning partnership with We Share Solar.
/ November 2, 2016
In a major effort to restore the iconic California condor population, the National Park Foundation has teamed with PG&E, the National Park Service and the Yurok Tribe to build a facility and monitoring program that will allow condors to be released into Yurok ancestral territory, within Redwood National Park in far Northern California.
San Joaquin Valley
/ November 1, 2016
In a surprise announcement at North High School in Bakersfield, two high school students learned they would be going to Kenya to deliver solar suitcases they helped build. PG&E will cover all expenses for the 12-day trip with the nonprofit WE Charity as part of its Solar Suitcase program.
/ October 31, 2016
PG&E has made Kill-A-Watt toolkits available for checkout at the Lake County Library. Customers can borrow the devices, for free, and use them to measure how much energy household appliances consume.