January 12, 2017
Renewable energy is on the rise across America, and California is leading the way. In the latest opinion column on the state’s clean energy future, PG&E’s Geisha Williams explains how renewable energy is now a way of life in California and that PG&E is committed to ensuring that all customers have access to its benefits.
December 9, 2016
PG&E will soon reach a milestone of 2,409 megawatts of installed private rooftop solar capacity on the energy grid, representing more than 275,000 solar customers in Northern and Central California.
December 7, 2016
Hercules is the first city to adopt PG&E’s Solar Choice program for key facilities including traffic controllers, lights and signals as well as the city’s sewer system. PG&E’s Solar Choice allows customers to go solar without installing panels.
December 5, 2016
The time for climate change leadership and bringing the benefits of clean energy to everyone is now. That was the message delivered by the company’s panel of external advisors on sustainability as the group engaged with PG&E leaders on issues ranging from climate resilience to clean energy, advancing electric vehicle adoption and spurring job creation and energy equity.
December 2, 2016
PG&E and the American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC) today (Dec. 2) announced the winners of the sixth annual Architecture at Zero competition for zero net energy (ZNE) building design. The competition has awarded six student and professional winners with a total of $25,000 in prizes.
December 1, 2016
This is the fifth in a series of opinion columns on California’s clean energy future. In this installment, Geisha Williams, who will become PG&E’s CEO in March, explains that PG&E will stay the course in its commitments to reduce carbon emissions and minimize the effects of climate change.
November 29, 2016
PG&E today (Nov. 29) announced the addition of environmental scientist Dr. Jonathan Foley to its external Sustainability Advisory Council, a 10-member group of experts that advises the company on its climate change, clean energy, economic development and community vitality initiatives.
November 29, 2016
PG&E released a new report and interactive map to support and ease the installation of critical electric vehicle fast chargers in Northern and Central California. The goal is to help increase electric vehicle adoption and extend electric vehicle benefits across communities.
November 22, 2016
From small rooftops to vast fields of sun-drenched panels, solar energy is playing a key role in California’s fight against global warming.
November 7, 2016
Matt Grossman and Max Glenn of Rio Americano High School in Sacramento will join four other PG&E Solar Suitcase program participants traveling to Kenya courtesy of PG&E. The students will deliver the portable power sources to communities in need.
November 4, 2016
Reducing energy use not only saves money but also is good for the environment. Here is the carbon dioxide avoided by PG&E customers the past three years.
November 3, 2016
Amy Hua and Kyle Mondina will travel to Kenya in February with WE Charity to help deliver Solar Suitcases to communities in need. The trip, part of PG&E’s Solar Suitcase program, is part of a service-learning partnership with We Share Solar.
November 3, 2016
The Department of Transportation has designated 48 major traffic corridors that will be part of a national electric vehicle charging network. PG&E is included on the list of companies committed to the White House’s initiative to build out this network.
October 10, 2016
PG&E is doing its part to reduce its environmental footprint during the California drought. In 2015, the company cut water use by nearly 8 percent. How was it…
October 6, 2016
PG&E has released its 2016 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report, which outlines the company’s progress on strengthening public and workforce safety, combatting climate change, serving customers locally and enabling their energy choices, and promoting community and economic vitality, among many other areas.