NEXT100 provides an in-depth look at the intersection of the clean energy business and the environment. It focuses on trends in green technology, policy and the Earth’s climate that will most impact the energy industry and our customers over the next 100 years–PG&E’s second century in operation.
NEXT100 is written and edited by Jonathan Marshall, with contributions from colleagues at PG&E. Postings on NEXT100 represent the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of PG&E.
PG&E: The Sustainable Utility
Everyone knows that “sustainable” is good, but what exactly is it? Corporate Knights, a Canadian-based magazine for “clean capitalism,” has come up with a comprehensive definition.
PG&E Signs on for Wind Power and Wildlife Protection
PG&E has become the first utility to join the American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI), a national organization committed to peaceful coexistence between wind energy and wildlife.
California Wind Power in the Doldrums
The U.S. wind industry hurtled forward at gail force last year, flying in the face of of the nation’s deep recession. But California, once the leader in wind energy, seemed caught in the doldrums.
How to Promote Clean Energy Innovation
Clean energy enjoys huge political support. Climate change legislation, by contrast, is on life support.
Winter Storms: Looking on the Bright Side
Here at PG&E, we (like most Californians) have a love-hate attitude toward the rain. Like bitter medicine, it’s not enjoyable in the moment, but deep down we know it’s good for us.