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PG&E DELIVERS BEST-EVER ELECTRIC RELIABILITY IN 2015, REDUCES DURATION OF POWER OUTAGES

CURRENTS MONTH IN REVIEW: March 2016

PG&E DELIVERS BEST-EVER ELECTRIC RELIABILITY IN 2015, REDUCES DURATION OF POWER OUTAGES

It was another year of record electric reliability — the seventh straight — as the average PG&E customer experienced less than one outage in 2015. The company's sizeable investment in its electric infrastructure and its commitment to integrating innovative technology continues to pay dividends for PG&E customers. "We know how important it is for our customers, and California's economy, to have reliable electric service they can count on day in and day out," said Geisha Williams, president, PG&E Electric.

Currents covered this story and more this month.

Tracy Correa Lopez, Writer

PG&E Job Training  Program in Washington Targets Active Vets

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PG&E Job Training Program in Washington Targets Active Military

PowerPathway, PG&E's nationally-recognized jobs training program, has a new class under way in Tacoma, Wash., for active military members. Sixteen soldiers are enrolled in the program that provides utility careers training. The goal is to equip these military members with new skills to prepare for civilian life.

Falcons Are Back at PG&E's San Francisco Office, So is the Falcon Cam

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Falcons Are Back at PG&E's Headquarters and So Is the Falcon Cam

A pair of peregrine falcons has returned to the ledge of the 33rd floor of PG&E headquarters in San Francisco. Not only are the birds back to their annual nesting spot, but there are three eggs they are nurturing. PG&E has a proud history of environmental stewardship and invites the public to view the birds on a live web cam.

Redding: PG&E Gas Team Finds Solution to Keep Customer Safe

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Redding: PG&E Gas Team Builds Trust and Keeps Customer Safe

Annalesa Wagner, with PG&E's Community Pipeline Safety Team, had to find a creative solution for customer Janis Cross, whose mobile home was too close to a gas pipeline. A potential safety issue, Cross had to be relocated. Wagner built a trusting relationship with Cross, PG&E found her a new home and she is grateful.

PG&E Makes Area Safe After Sinkhole Damages Moraga Gas Line

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PG&E Makes Area Safe After Sinkhole Damages Moraga Gas Line

About 200 gas employees from throughout PG&E's service area helped to safely restore gas service after wind and rain created a sinkhole 20 miles east of San Francisco earlier this month. The gas line was damaged when a streetlight toppled into the growing sinkhole, knocking out service to 2,500 customers.

Bakersfield: High School Students Share Solar Suitcase Experience

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Bakersfield: High School Students Share Solar Suitcase Experience

Stockdale High School students eagerly shared what they learned as part of PG&E's Solar Suitcase Program. The school was one of 19 Northern and Central California schools chosen to make the suitcases from kits. Free the Children, an international charity, recently distributed the solar suitcases to communities in Kenya.

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