For the 125 PG&E workers who spent two weeks on both coasts of Florida, the experience was as exhilarating as it was exhausting. Besides focusing on safe and efficient power restoration in the wake of Hurricane Irma, it might be the emotional, personal moments that they’ll remember from this humanitarian, mutual-aid mission.
Today, eight in 10 people personally know someone who’s gay or lesbian (compared with four in 10 in 2007). Who can help LGBT employees feel comfortable at work? Allies, colleagues who aren’t LGBT but who support that community.
After supporting restoration efforts for a week in West Palm Beach, PG&E crews traveled 160 miles to the West Coast of Florida to help customers hit hard by Hurricane Irma. In this video, employees share what it’s like to continue to bring power back for residents without power since the natural disaster earlier this month.
PG&E has announced a new pilot program in partnership with Valley Clean Air Now and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers to provide free electrical panel upgrades to encourage electric vehicle ownership in low-income, underserved communities.
PG&E has increased the support it is providing to Florida Power & Light as the Florida energy company works to restore service in the wake of Hurricane Irma. About 30 PG&E customer service representatives are now answering customer service calls for FPL in order to help the company effectively manage extraordinarily high call volumes.
For the more than 100 PG&E linemen working to bring a slice of normalcy to the millions of Floridians recovering from Hurricane Irma, the job of restoring power is second nature. But working 3,000 miles from home, Mother Nature’s elements are anything but familiar.
Hurricane Irma hits especially close to home for Evermary Hickey, PG&E’s director of emergency preparedness and response. She rode out the storm in her family’s Florida house, while keeping a close on the more than 120 PG&E personnel deployed to help restore power to Floridians.
A week ago, the North Palm Beach County Airport was just another general-aviation airport serving private pilots. Today, it’s a fully functional base camp where crews and support personnel from PG&E are part of one of the largest restoration efforts in history.
PG&E earned one gold award and two silvers in Chartwell’s 13th annual Best Practices Awards. The company will be recognized next month at the Customer Experience Conference in Phoenix.
PG&E crews and support personnel arrived in Florida on Sept. 8 to support the restoration efforts of Hurricane Irma. PG&E has a mutual-aid agreement with Florida Power and…
After hunkering down as Hurricane Irma passed through Florida, PG&E crews got outside on Monday and went right to work. They’re part of the largest restoration workforce team ever assembled.
Some 125 PG&E personnel flew from California Florida to assist with the response to Hurricane Irma. Their goal: Provide safe and quick restoration to help lives start returning to normal. Here are just some of the stories, pictures and videos from their assistance, part of a mutual aid agreement with Florida Power & Light.
While millions of Floridians were evacuating, or had already fled the state in anticipation of Hurricane Irma, PG&E’s small army of emergency responders headed toward the storm. As this video shows, about 125 line workers, equipment operators and other employees from California descended on Florida to help restore power.
For the eighth time, PG&E Corporation has been named to the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index, which lists companies that lead their industries in corporate economic, environmental and social performance.
Hear from a few of the 100 PG&E employees being deployed to Florida to help restore power in the wake of the powerful Hurricane Irma.