- May 22
Earley Shares View of Future Grid at Bay Area Council Outlook Conference
With the rise of renewable power and ever-increasing options for electric transportation, home energy management and battery storage,...
- May 13
PG&E’s Tony Earley: Innovation, Integration and Collaboration Will Drive Sustainable Energy Future
Anyone out there interested in cleaner air? What about new ways to drive our economy forward, or the...
- Apr 16
What We Need to Do to Keep California Golden
These days, when technology is introduced, it has a way of becoming the new norm practically overnight. Anyone...
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- Jan 29
New Report Highlights PG&E’s Climate Leadership
PG&E’s long-standing commitment to address climate change and prepare for California’s carbon market is featured in a new...
- Jan 20
PG&E Pilot Project Takes Smart Grid Technology to the Next Level
PG&E recently received California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) permission to start the second phase of a multi-year smart...
- Jan 05
How PG&E and BMW Plan to Make “Smart Charging” Even Smarter
Charging an electric vehicle (EV) costs the equivalent of a dollar per gallon of gasoline, if you do...
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May 6, 2015
Foothill High School’s ultimate Frisbee team in Pleasanton is learning a new set of skills. The Frisbee team and PG&E are building public awareness of PG&E’s 811 Ambassador Program by incorporating the 811 logo onto team equipment and jerseys.