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Bakersfield /  March 3, 2015

PG&E Energy Auditors Help Businesses Become Energy Wise

PG&E’s Maggie Werner, an energy auditor based in Bakersfield, helps small- and medium-size businesses become more efficient and lower their monthly energy bills.

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Bakersfield /  March 2, 2015

PG&E Relocating Gas Pipelines to Prepare for Highway 178 Widening Project

PG&E is relocating gas pipelines along Highway 178 in Bakersfield from Valley Street to Park Palisade Drive in advance of the State Route 178 Widening Project. PG&E’s work in advance of the project begins today and is scheduled to be complete by August.

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Avila Beach /  March 2, 2015

Weathering the Elements as a Central Coast Naturalist

Since the mid-1970s, Sally Krenn has worked as a PG&E marine and terrestrial biologist throughout California, but she mostly works along the Pecho Coast that lies between Point San Luis and Point Buchon in San Luis Obispo County. PG&E owns and acts as a steward to these lands, which encompass nearly 14 miles of coastline and roughly 12,000 acres of pristine land that surround Diablo Canyon Power Plant.

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San Joaquin Valley /  February 20, 2015

PG&E Hosts Workshop Designed to Help Ag Industry

About 80 farmers and representatives from the ag industry attend a workshop offering helpful information on energy efficiency, rebates and incentives and new farm irrigation technologies — all designed to help save water and energy.

Bakersfield /  February 19, 2015

PG&E Conducting Work to Prepare for Rosedale Highway Widening Project

PG&E is relocating utility poles and upgrading electrical equipment along Rosedale Highway from Gibson Street to Allen Road in advance of the Rosedale Highway Widening Project.

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San Joaquin County /  February 18, 2015

PG&E Partners with Lodi High School Students to Restore Habitat

PG&E volunteers and 35 students from Lodi High School recently planted native California plants, grasses and shrubs at LangeTwins Family Winery and Vineyard in Acampo. This is the second visit to this area for the local students who will have the opportunity to see this area return to natural habitat.

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Clovis /  February 17, 2015

Clovis Unified School District Reaping Benefits of Energy Efficiency

A few years ago, the Clovis Unified School District got serious about energy efficiency and made big changes at many of its 50 school sites that are now paying off. From educating staff to take ownership and responsibility for unplugging lights and computers to replacing hundreds of gym lights with energy-efficient motion sensor lights.

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Bay Area /  February 13, 2015

PG&E Installs New Lights, Improves Safety on Towers Near San Mateo Bridge

PG&E is working to install new lights on towers adjacent to the San Mateo Bridge to give pilots flying over the San Francisco Bay greater visibility.

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Bakersfield /  February 13, 2015

Rescued Kit Fox Now Healthy, Released at PG&E Service Center

A kit fox found sick and receiving medical care for the past month — thanks to the intervention of PG&E employees — was healthy enough to be released on Thursday back at the Bakersfield Service Center.

Avila Beach /  February 13, 2015

PG&E’s Diablo Canyon Seeking Volunteer Pecho Coast Trail Guides

PG&E is seeking new volunteer trail guides, or docents, to lead public tours on its Pecho Coast Trail.

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Bay Area /  February 12, 2015

Schoolchildren Get Science Lesson in Dangers of Metallic Balloons

Have you ever released a balloon and watched it float up, up, up and away to the heavens? Yes, it may cause great wonderment. But those colorful and shiny helium-filled metallic balloons pose many dangers, as a class of fourth graders learned a few days before Valentine’s Day.

Avila Beach /  February 12, 2015

PG&E Donates Life Jackets to Central Coast Aquarium

The Central Coast Aquarium recently received new life jackets from PG&E’s Diablo Canyon Power Plant for children who participate in the aquarium’s marine science floating lab program that takes place on San Luis Obispo Bay.

San Joaquin Valley /  February 11, 2015

PG&E Highlights Support for Customers at World Ag Expo

At the World Ag Expo this week, PG&E has a simple message for farmers and ranchers: We are here to help.

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Bay Area /  February 11, 2015

PG&E Crew Saves Baby’s Life

Members of a PG&E electric repair crew saved the life of a baby struggling to breathe in a pizza restaurant as they stopped for lunch on their way to restore power following last weekend’s storm.

El Dorado County /  February 6, 2015

PG&E Employee Puts Safety First after Storm Downs Power Line, Sparks Fire

During today’s storm, a PG&E employee in El Dorado County who was driving to work helped put out a fire and kept the area safe until emergency personnel and PG&E crews arrived.

Bakersfield /  February 6, 2015

Rescued Kit Fox Improving

PG&E employees are credited for saving the endangered San Joaquin kit fox last month after they noticed the animal at the Bakersfield Service Center looked sick.

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