- Jan 30
PG&E Cuts Carbon Emissions with Clean Energy
In our ongoing effort to provide cleaner energy for our customers, PG&E has reduced the carbon emissions from...
- Jan 07
Rain, Wind or Quake, PG&E Responds Faster Than Ever
Put simply, there is never a good time for an interruption in our customers’ gas or electric service....
- Dec 19
PG&E Urges Santa to Go Electric This Holiday Season
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) today sent a message to the North Pole, suggesting that Santa give...
By the Numbers
- Jan 29
New Report Highlights PG&E’s Climate Leadership
PG&E’s long-standing commitment to address climate change and prepare for California’s carbon market is featured in a new...
- Jan 20
PG&E Pilot Project Takes Smart Grid Technology to the Next Level
PG&E recently received California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) permission to start the second phase of a multi-year smart...
- Jan 05
How PG&E and BMW Plan to Make “Smart Charging” Even Smarter
Charging an electric vehicle (EV) costs the equivalent of a dollar per gallon of gasoline, if you do...
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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.