- Oct 29
Stop Vampire Appliances from Taking a Bite Out of Your Budget
This time of year, lots of us are decorating our homes with all things spooky. But there’s something...
- Oct 22
PG&E’s Focus on Customers Translates in Every Language
PG&E serves nearly 16 million wonderfully diverse Californians, and we want to make sure we’re both serving that...
- Oct 08
‘Energy House Calls’ an Enlightening (and Entertaining) Look at Energy Efficiency
In full disclosure, I’m hooked on home-improvement shows. Sometimes I’m not sure if the HGTV logo is permanently...
By the Numbers
- Oct 30
How PG&E is Using Demand Management to Make Smarter Use of the Grid
In a report issued last year, California’s state power grid operator envisioned that “new, more flexible and responsive”...
- Sep 24
Electric Vehicles Widen Their Clean-Air Advantage
If you doubt that electric vehicles (EVs) will play a big part in the future of clean transportation,...
- 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...
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September 22, 2014
Thanks to a state law passed in 2013 with support from consumer, community and taxpayer groups, PG&E is working with California regulators and other groups to simplify and reform our rates so customers get what they pay for and pay for what they get.The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) recently began holding public hearings across the state to hear what customers think about rate reform proposals put forward by the major investor-owned utilities. Hearings in PG&E’s service area begin Sept. 23 in San Francisco, followed by Oct. 9 in Chico and Oct. 14 in Fresno.