- Aug 18
PG&E’s Rate Hike: The Other Half of the Equation
“PG&E Bills Are on Their Way Up,” read the typical headline about the California Public Utilities Commission’s final...
- Jul 16
The Nuts and Bolts of Making Our System Safer and More Reliable Every Day
Accountants refer to them as “capital expenditures.” Engineers, academics and politicians prefer to call them “infrastructure investments.” To you and...
- Jul 02
Building a New Kind of Infrastructure for California
There’s a Life magazine spread from 1960 with photo after photo of PG&E employees building California’s gas and...
By the Numbers
- Sep 19
Proposed Commercial Air Conditioning Standards Would Save Businesses Billions
PG&E supports a U.S. Department of Energy proposal for new efficiency standards that would cut commercial rooftop air conditioner energy...
- Sep 19
PG&E Ranks No. 1 in Smart Meter Deployments
PG&E leads the nation in the deployment of electric smart meters, according to a new report from The...
- Sep 17
PG&E’s Tony Earley Advocates for Carbon Pricing on Global Stage
PG&E Chairman and CEO Tony Earley is featured in a video posted today (Sept. 17) to the blog of the...
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August 8, 2014
The Shasta County town of Burney offers beautiful scenery and a valuable resource — hydroelectric power. And it’s where PG&E intern Dion Celebrado has spent his summer, learning firsthand what it takes to harness the power of water to create sustainable energy.