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CURRENTS WEEK IN REVIEW: SEPT. 21-25, 2015

PG&E'S FOOD SERVICE TECHNOLOGY CENTER HELPS RESTAURANTS SAVE ENERGY AND MONEY

In San Ramon, PG&E's Food Service Technology Center hosted a pizza party to showcase the food industry's newest pizza ovens. There were ovens that use gas, small ovens for individual-sized pies and a rotating electric deck oven made in Italy. As this video shows, the event was an opportunity to demonstrate to restaurant owners the many ways the center helps commercial kitchens save energy and money.

Currents covered this story and more this week.

Tracy Correa Lopez, Editor

 

PG&E PERSPECTIVES

Of Bees, Birds and Chillin' Chinook: All in a Sustainable Day at PG&E

In this seventh editorial installment on California's clean energy future, PG&E Chairman and CEO Tony Earley writes about the utility's commitment to the environment with the help of 35 in-house biologists like Catalina Reyes. Reyes is part of a scientific team collaborating with wildlife officials trying to keep fish healthy.

LOCAL

PG&E Celebrates 200 Businesses Stepping Up and Powering Down

Since June, 200 San Francisco and San Jose businesses have taken the "Step Up and Power Down" pledge. The initiative, built on the premise that small actions can have big impacts reducing energy waste and greenhouse gas emissions, was celebrated in San Francisco with PG&E employees committing to do their part.

LOCAL

PG&E Workshop Designed to Help Hispanic-owned Businesses Grow

PG&E recently hosted a workshop in San Francisco aimed at helping Hispanic-owned businesses grow. The workshop was designed to help businesses learn more about what it takes to do business with PG&E and other companies. The event is part of the utility's longstanding commitment to working with diverse suppliers.

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