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Overview

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.


The Reef-and-Beef Project

Happy cows are proof that ignorance is bliss. They burp up huge amounts of methane–a greenhouse gas 20 times more potent than carbon dioxide–without a trace of guilt over their carbon hoofprint.


Climate Changes

British billionaire Richard Branson wants to wage a war on global warming… “There are some of us who believe that the problem of (global) warming is as bad as the First and Second World Wars combined,” he said.


From the 00′s to the 10′s: Green Perspectives

As we all prepare to get the Next 10 underway, we thought we’d take a look back on the decade that has passed. Here are several items that caught our attention.

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