Bay Area /  July 21, 2016

Cisco Saves Big with Energy Efficiency Projects

Cisco is one of the biggest technology companies in Silicon Valley. The company, which provides network and data center solutions and services, also uses a lot of energy. Enter PG&E, which collaborated with the company on some big-time energy savings.

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Butte County /  July 21, 2016

PG&E Completes Natural Gas Pipeline Upgrade in Gridley

PG&E has finished constructing a natural gas transmission line and is resurfacing portions of Highway 99 and other roads starting this week in Gridley in Butte County.

Bay Area /  July 21, 2016

Teenage Girls Learn Entrepreneurship Skills with Help from PG&E

By Savannah Keener SAN FRANCISCO — Not all high school students are spending their summer at the beach. Some are trying to get a head start on their…

San Joaquin Valley /  July 19, 2016

‘Stayin’ Alive’ Beat Aids PG&E Employee who Saves Young Man’s Life

With the tempo of a popular ’70s song helping to keep him on pace with chest compressions, Jeff Nunes saved the life of a young man visiting his home. He learned CPR through PG&E and was recently honored with the company’s John A. Britton Award.

Plumas County /  July 18, 2016

PG&E to Increase Flow Again for Recreation on North Fork Feather River

PG&E will again increase water flows for whitewater recreation in the Rock Creek Reach of the North Fork Feather River in Plumas County for the second time this summer.

Sacramento /  July 14, 2016

PG&E Honored for 150 Years of Supporting California Agriculture

Celebrating the past and looking to the future in farming, food and fun is a key component of the California State Fair. PG&E was honored for that same level of commitment for the past 150 years to California’s agriculture sector, and this week was inducted into the California Agricultural Heritage Club.

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Ripon /  July 14, 2016

With PG&E’s Help, Supermarket Reduces Energy Waste, Improves Customer Shopping Experience

The Save Mart grocery store in this San Joaquin County city is massive, with aisles of fresh, frozen, boxed and canned food. While shoppers appreciate a roomy grocery store with a wide selection of products, many may not realize the tremendous amount of energy necessary to power those stores. Enter PG&E, which has not only helped the grocery store save money but also improved the shopping experience.

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San Joaquin Valley /  July 8, 2016

PG&E Awards Grants for Local Cooling Centers

Since 2007, PG&E has provided more than $500,000 to support established cooling centers in local government-run senior centers, neighborhood parks and recreation centers. The centers provide a safe place for residents to get out of the heat.

Alameda County /  July 7, 2016

PG&E, Community Leaders Support Kiva Oakland to Help Small Businesses

Small businesses in Oakland will be able to access capital with crowdfunding loans through Kiva.org’s website. PG&E and other community partners are helping to support the new Kiva Oakland program.

Bay Area /  July 6, 2016

PG&E Warns Customers about Imposters Posing as Utility Representatives

In response to reports of callers who falsely claim to represent the company and demand credit card information for immediate payment of past due bills, PG&E is providing tips to help customers recognize utility imposters.

Bay Area /  July 5, 2016

PG&E to Remove Multiple Transmission Towers, Power Lines in Orinda

Drivers are reminded to stay safe as PG&E begins work to remove seven transmission towers and approximately 4,300 feet of power lines from the Orinda skyline this month.

 July 5, 2016

Infographic: PG&E 2016 Scholarship Winners

This spring, PG&E continued its support of education by awarding $20,000-a-year renewable Better Together STEM Scholarships to 10 students in Northern and Central California.

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Bay Area /  June 27, 2016

PG&E Employees March in Pride Parade to Showcase Diversity, Support for Orlando Community

It was 20 years ago since Ingrid Bran last marched in the San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade. This year, she took part again — for an important reason. She was one of hundreds of PG&E employees, along with their friends and family, who took part in the annual parade that attracted 1 million people to the streets of downtown San Francisco.

Bay Area /  June 23, 2016

PG&E Contractors Inspecting 30,000 Power Poles in San Francisco

As part of PG&E’s ongoing efforts to provide safe and reliable service to customers, PG&E contractors are performing routine power pole inspections throughout the city.

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Bay Area /  June 20, 2016

PG&E Helping Make Zero Net Energy the Norm

By 2020, all new homes built in California need to be zero net energy buildings. This means that a house will produce as much energy as it uses over a year through energy efficiency and onsite renewable energy generation like solar. One company has built a prototype home in Brentwood with the help of PG&E.

Plumas County /  June 20, 2016

PG&E to Increase Flows for Whitewater Recreation on Portion of North Fork Feather River

PG&E will increase water flows for whitewater recreation in the Rock Creek Reach of the North Fork Feather River in Plumas County over four weekends this summer, beginning June 25-26.

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