/ September 20, 2017
As part of its response to California’s tree mortality crisis, PG&E will conduct aerial patrols in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties this week to identify dead trees that could pose a wildfire or other public safety risk.
/ September 15, 2017
PG&E is making safety improvements along a road next to the Hat 2 canal in eastern Shasta County. The area is closed to public access for about six weeks until the project is completed.
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/ September 14, 2017
Laurel Harrop has long wanted to own a green business. She did that, establishing a company that started with recycling scrap metal. Now she’s working with PG&E to recycle tens of thousands of street lights being converted to LEDs. It’s just one of the many examples of how PG&E works with diverse suppliers to responsibly meet its sustainability goals.
/ September 13, 2017
When most of us choose an airline seat, we’re focused on getting an aisle or window seat. But for 1,200 people in Santa Maria, a lot more thought goes into airline seats — in fact, it’s their livelihood. Find out how PG&E helped this employer save money, helping keep jobs in this Santa Barbara County city.
/ September 13, 2017
The San Francisco Giants and PG&E celebrate another “green” milestone at AT&T Park. A recent lighting project resulted in a home run of energy savings for AT&T Park and the Giants. In partnership with PG&E, the ballpark recently upgraded more than 556 traditional light bulbs to new energy efficient LED lights.
/ September 11, 2017
September is National Preparedness Month, a reminder for everyone to take action to prepare for any emergency. And that’s especially true in California where wildfires are burning throughout the state. In this video, PG&E recently participated in an emergency drill with officials in one Marin County city.
/ August 28, 2017
Being prepared before a natural disaster or emergency is a crucial step with many benefits, including saving lives. And if learning about preparedness can be fun, that’s all the better.
/ August 24, 2017
The 12th annual California Day of Preparedness takes place on Saturday in Old Sacramento. PG&E is one of the sponsors of the free, family-friendly event where visitors can learn about emergency preparedness.
/ August 24, 2017
Paul Cook, congressman from Yucca Valley, visited PG&E where he was thanked by company officials for sponsoring the HIRE Vets Act. The HIRE Vets Act establishes a national certification standard to help employers benchmark their hiring of veterans against other companies.
/ August 23, 2017
If Cameryn Mabry didn’t see information about PG&E’s Better Together STEM High School Internships at her church, she probably would’ve spent the summer working at a grocery store.
Instead, the Skyline High School senior from Oakland took part in the four-week internship this summer. The program was held in six cities throughout PG&E’s service area.
August 18, 2017
Students and faculty of Helen Lehman Elementary School in Santa Rosa are returning from summer vacation to new fruit trees, plants and flowers in their school garden, thanks to PG&E.
/ August 17, 2017
By Paul Moreno QUINCY — PG&E will again increase water flows for whitewater recreation in the Rock Creek Reach of the North Fork Feather River in Plumas County. The…
/ August 15, 2017
PG&E is helping both boutique wineries with small production, and large wine producers, “crush” the harvest season by saving on energy costs. PG&E is offering free energy audits, cash incentives and customized programs during what can typically be an energy intensive time for wineries.
/ August 3, 2017
Just as the Sonoma County Fair kicks off this week, PG&E has awarded two deserving Sonoma County students a PG&E Agriculture Scholarship through the Farm Bureau Foundation of Sonoma County.
/ August 2, 2017
Hundreds of underprivileged children will get the chance to start off on the right foot this school year, thanks to dozens of PG&E employees. This week, employees volunteered at My New Red Shoes in Redwood City, a local nonprofit that provides homeless and low-income Bay Area children with a brand new pair of shoes, just in time for the first day of school.