September 25, 2015

PG&E Seeks Public Input on Proposed Bakersfield Power Connect

The public is invited to four open houses over three days in October to hear about the project that will help improve electric reliability and accommodate the Bakersfield area’s future growth.

September 1, 2015

PG&E’s Proposed 2017-2019 General Rate Case Includes Investments to Upgrade Technology, Infrastructure

PG&E today (Sept. 1) submitted to state regulators its 2017-2019 General Rate Case, which proposes an average increase of less than 3 percent in typical residential customer energy bills to support upgrades to technology and electric and gas infrastructure.

August 7, 2015

PG&E Appoints Robert Kenney as CPUC Regulatory Relations Vice President

PG&E has appointed Robert Kenney as vice president, CPUC Regulatory Relations, and his election by the Board of Directors as an officer of the utility.

August 3, 2015

PG&E Proposes Smart Energy Reform in Support of Growth of Rooftop Solar

PG&E, which has interconnected more rooftop solar power than any utility in America, is proposing smart energy reform in support of sustainable growth of solar power as a vital resource for California.

July 29, 2015

PG&E Participates in California Climate Change Adaptation Workshop

PG&E this week participated in a climate change adaptation workshop co-hosted by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and the California Energy Commission.

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June 9, 2015

PG&E Leads Utility Industry’s Drive for More Electric Vehicles

California is aiming to have 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on the road in 10 years—a key part of its sweeping efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions—and the state’s electric utilities have taken the pole position in the race to meet that goal, PG&E Chairman and CEO Tony Earley said today at the industry’s major convention in New Orleans.

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April 9, 2015

PG&E Says Lessons of Tragic San Bruno Explosion Will Not Be Forgotten

PG&E Chairman and CEO Tony Earley following today’s CPUC decision: “All of us at PG&E have committed ourselves to a goal of transforming this company into the safest and most reliable energy provider in America.”

March 24, 2015

PG&E Appoints Julie Kane as Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer; Company Takes Next Step Toward Establishing Best-in-Class Corporate Ethics Program

As part of its commitment to achieving a best-in-class ethics and compliance program, PG&E Corporation today announced the appointment of Julie M. Kane to the newly created position of Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer. With her election by the Board of Directors, Kane will serve as a Senior Vice President directly reporting to PG&E Corporation Chairman, CEO and President Tony Earley.

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March 4, 2015

PG&E Spent $2.1 Billion with Diverse Suppliers in 2014, Third Consecutive Year Topping $2 Billion

PG&E spent $2.1 billion with diverse suppliers in 2014, accounting for 41 percent of its total procurement. For the third straight year, diverse suppliers accounted for $2 billion-plus of the utility’s spend and more than 40 percent of the utility’s total spend for the second year in a row.

January 30, 2015

As Part of Public Commitment to Openness, PG&E Provides CPUC Copies of 65,000 Emails

As part of a public commitment made in December 2014, PG&E provided the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) with copies of 65,000 emails exchanged between the company and its regulator over a nearly five-year period beginning in 2010.

December 22, 2014

PG&E Backs Transparency and Accountability in Communications with the CPUC and Self-Reports Additional Emails that Could Reflect Past Violations of Rules

PG&E today (Dec. 22) affirmed its commitment to transparency and accountability and encouraged the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to adopt new protocols for open access to communications between the Commission and all parties who are interacting with the CPUC.

November 20, 2014

PG&E Statement on the CPUC Ex Parte Vote

PG&E today released a statement in response to a vote by the California Public Utilities Commission imposing sanctions for violation of ex parte rules.

October 2, 2014

PG&E Files Response to CPUC Order to Show Cause on Ex Parte Communications

PG&E today filed a formal response to the California Public Utilities Commission’s Order to Show Cause on potential violations of the Commission’s rules related to ex parte communications that the company self-reported on Sept. 15, 2014.

October 2, 2014

In Appeal, PG&E Asks for Reasonable, Proportionate San Bruno Penalty That Keeps Focus on Gas Safety

In a filing today with the California Public Utilities Commission, PG&E asked that any penalty associated with the 2010 explosion of a natural gas transmission pipeline in San Bruno be reasonable, proportionate and focus on what matters most to all parties involved – investing in gas safety.

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September 22, 2014

Why Reforming Residential Electric Rates is a California Priority

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.

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