For the 14th consecutive year, PG&E achieved a perfect score on the HRC’s annual Corporate Equality Index for its strong commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Building on the success of its Vaca-Dixon and Yerba Buena battery storage systems, PG&E recently deployed its third energy storage facility in Yuba County. Co-located with PG&E’s Browns Valley substation roughly 50 miles north of Sacramento, the new, 500 kW/2000 kWh battery storage system is PG&E’s first lithium-ion energy storage facility and features Tesla Powerpack technology.
PG&E’s New State External Affairs Organization Part of Company’s Strategy, Policy and Outreach Efforts
The restructuring is part of a broader realignment that will allow the company’s state external affairs functions to more effectively engage with stakeholders to meet the needs of customers and the state.
PG&E Corporation’s (NYSE: PCG) full-year 2016 net income after dividends on preferred stock (also called “income available for common shareholders”) was $1,393 million or $2.78 per share, as reported in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
PG&E’s was recognized for having one of the world’s Top-20 training programs and one of five companies having an outstanding training initiative in 2016 by Training Magazine, an industry-leading publication that promotes corporate best practices for training and workforce development.
PG&E is inviting high school and college students throughout Central and Northern California to apply for a Better Together STEM Scholarship. The program awards $100,000 in scholarship annually.
Power outages caused by runaway metallic balloons have more than doubled during the past decade in PG&E’s service area. Balloons tangled in power lines can cause outages and…
Earlier today, PG&E’s Deb Affonsa, vice president of Customer Service, and John Higgins, vice president of Safety and Health, sent this message (Feb. 10) to all PG&E employees…
In an ongoing effort to provide cleaner energy for customers, PG&E reduced the carbon emissions from its delivered electricity to one of its lowest levels on record.
With Valentine’s Day approaching, PG&E reminds customers that sparks — and not just the romantic kind — can fly on Feb. 14 if improperly secured helium-filled metallic balloons come in contact with power lines.
This time last year, PG&E launched a new clean energy option for its residential and business customers — PG&E’s Solar Choice.For a modest monthly charge, PG&E customers who are unable to install rooftop solar now have a new way to go 100 percent solar. This year, the cost to participate has dropped nearly 30 percent.
By Tony Khing When John Simon has dinner at home with his two college-aged daughters and his wife, the conversation focuses on deeper matters than what’s happening over…
PG&E’s Geisha Williams describes how the energy company is partnering with others to develop innovations and test ideas that will help enable a low-carbon economy, while providing the greatest value for customers.
Reflecting California’s changing energy landscape and rising operating costs at the DeSabla-Centerville hydroelectric facility in Butte County, PG&E announced it will withdraw its application for a new license for the facility from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
PG&E is working with private and publicly-funded technology technology developers to begin using earthquake early warning technology as part of its seismic response efforts. It’s just the latest example of the company’s dedication to a committed, proactive approach to emergency preparedness.