October 1, 2015
In his latest editorial on California’s clean energy future, PG&E’s Tony Earley discussions how making more efficient use of our state’s limited water supplies is one of the best ways we can save energy while slowing climate change.
September 10, 2015
No relief from hot weather as heat wave lingers over much of California. High temperatures expected to place increased demand on state’s power grid through end of week.
February 6, 2014
PG&E is urging customers to conserve electricity in response to a Flex Alert called for today from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. by the California Independent System Operator Corporation, which manages the state’s power grid. While Southern California power plants are currently the only ones impacted, statewide electricity and gas conservation will help ensure adequate energy supplies for Southern Californians.
March 1, 2013
PG&E partnered with Central Coast Vineyard Team to host Wildlife and Energy Workshops in Santa Maria and Paso Robles.
September 8, 2011
In era of global warming and worsening droughts, utilities are not only expected to be leaders in energy efficiency. As freshwater supplies dwindle, they also must join with others to focus on water conservation.
September 7, 2011
By Jonathan Marshall
As the Earth warms and the world’s population grows, competition for dwindling supplies of fresh water will intensify. As the biggest industrial user of water, the energy sector can either fight to maintain its share, or learn to conserve.
August 11, 2011
In what just might be one of the largest utility company efforts to protect an endangered species, PG&E will soon begin a $4.2 million project to reroute high-voltage power lines underground in a remote area near Big Sur in Monterey County.
August 10, 2011
With all the deadly threats to America’s birds posed by humans, it’s amazing we still see any of their soaring shapes or enjoy their musical chirps and tweets.…
June 23, 2011
The folks who work on the 13th floor of PG&E’s main headquarters building in San Francisco apparently never got the memo about 13 being an unlucky number.
June 15, 2011
Last week, noted renewable energy opponent Robert Bryce reignited an old claim against wind and solar power in a New York Times opinion column, complaining that they consume “vast amounts of natural resources—most notably, land.”
April 20, 2011
Long before we’re done in by a national debt crisis, peak oil or global warming, some doomsayers claim we’ll collapse from a shortage of so-called rare earth metals—17 scarce elements prized in high-tech applications, including magnets used in electric vehicles and wind turbines.
April 13, 2011
Those passing by the hop fields of a Sierra Nevada brewery may be doing a double take at the sight of a herd of sheep grazing in an area known more for retail and light industry.
March 30, 2011
Fed up with all the rain and cold, you plan to headed down south to a beach, with a copy of a new potboiler to keep you diverted. But feeling a little guilty about your carbon footprint, you’re wresting over whether it’s more environmentally correct to bring a hard copy or an e-reader version.
March 28, 2011
As the world warms, shortages of fresh water will loom as ever increasing challenge around the world.
March 10, 2011
It must take a thick skin and a lot of conviction to work at the Environmental Protection Agency these days.