/ July 19, 2017
With the use of helicopters, PG&E will be unloading electric transmission towers being disassembled near the Oroville Dam and will close off the area for public safety from July 24-28.
/ July 18, 2017
Twenty-five years ago, PG&E was the first company in San Francisco’s Financial District to open an on-site day care center to serve the children of its employees. The center is still thriving today.
/ July 17, 2017
Some of PG&E’s seasoned women executives recently shared their career insights and perspectives, along with valuable lessons learned, rising through the corporate ranks.
/ July 14, 2017
Beginning the weekend of July 22, PG&E will increase water flows for whitewater recreation in the Rock Creek Ranch of the North Fork Feather River in Plumas County.
/ July 13, 2017
The federal oversight agency held a public meeting on Wednesday where it delivered Diablo Canyon Power Plant’s annual report card and concluded that PG&E overall operated the facility safely in 2016.
/ July 12, 2017
Birdy McBirdface didn’t make the cut. But Steph, KD and Iggy — named after three world-champion Warriors basketball players — were chosen as names for the baby falcons born atop the 33rd floor of PG&E’s downtown headquarters.
/ July 11, 2017
When Gillig moved into a new 700,000-square-foot building, the bus manufacturing company was concerned about its energy bill. However, after working with PG&E’s Savings By Design program, the company just received a sizeable rebate check following energy efficient upgrades.
/ July 10, 2017
A new underground transformer, switches and cables are being installed by PG&E to improve electric reliability and capacity in the area of West Third Street and Broadway in downtown Chico.
/ July 10, 2017
Brian Maglaya rescued a motorcycle rider who crashed and was thrown over an embankment. His quick action not only earned him a PG&E employee award for heroism, he was also nominated for a citizen’s award by the California Highway Patrol.
/ July 5, 2017
Repairs are being done along a storm-damaged stretch of road leading to PG&E’s Pit 5 powerhouse and James B. Black Day Use Area along the Pit River in eastern Shasta County.
/ June 29, 2017
The three peregrine falcon chicks that hatched atop PG&E’s downtown San Francisco building earlier this month were banded by researchers from UC Santa Cruz. Bird watchers will be able to see the banding number of the birds and share their locations
/ June 26, 2017
By Paul Moreno As part of its response to California’s tree mortality crisis, PG&E will conduct low-flying helicopter patrols in Shasta, Tehama and Trinity counties this week to…
/ June 22, 2017
PG&E has completed construction of a parking area for whitewater enthusiasts along the North Fork Feather River in Plumas County. The purpose of the new parking area is to create safer access to the river during whitewater higher flow events.
/ June 20, 2017
As baseball season wrapped up, Wheatland’s little league team celebrated recent improvements to its home ballpark. New bleachers, dugouts and netting were installed, part of a PG&E effort to improve gas safety in the community.
June 15, 2017
PG&E employees helped with a recent tree planting at J. Haley Durham Elementary School and spoke with the students about the environment benefits of planting trees. The event is part of PG&E’s Community Pipeline Safety Initiative.