January 21, 2016
The energy industry must continue to modernize its infrastructure to help customers save money, provide new levels of reliability and combat climate change by accommodating large-scale renewables, PG&E President Geisha Williams said this week.
January 19, 2016
Gov. Jerry Brown would like us to have 1.5 million zero-emissions vehicles on the road within 10 years We’ve got a ways to go. But from our perspective at PG&E, not only can we do it, we must do it, PG&E’s Tony Earley recently said.
January 15, 2016
PG&E’s commitment to sustainability took another big step forward this week when the company convened its first meeting with a newly formed advisory council that includes President Obama’s former energy and climate-change adviser, business entrepreneurs and environmental leaders, among others.
December 9, 2015
About one in five electric vehicles in the U.S. is within PG&E’s service area. The utility is encouraging the shift to EVs with the greening of its own fleet and supporting additional charging infrastructure. Supporting EVs is just another way PG&E is helping to improve the environment.
December 7, 2015
California has been on the forefront of developing a smart, resilient electric grid, but to deliver the low-carbon future that Californians want, the grid has to get even smarter. That was one of Tony Earley’s main messages this past weekend in Paris, where PG&E’s chairman and CEO is participating in a series of events surrounding the international climate talks.
November 24, 2015
Tony Earley, PG&E chairman and CEO, will be among three company leaders attending international climate talks in Paris beginning next week. They will represent California’s success in clean energy.
November 19, 2015
In the San Francisco Bay Area, Thanksgiving time means feasting with family and holiday shopping in Union Square. But there’s another must-do tradition: the San Francisco International Auto Show at the Moscone Center.
November 18, 2015
To get a sense for why we feel so passionately about electric vehicles, I encourage you to read an opinion piece on the subject co-authored by PG&E’s Tony Earley and Jim Piro, the president of Portland General Electric.
October 22, 2015
We are creating a “plug and play” capacity that will allow customers to connect their own equipment to the grid, from rooftop solar panels to storage batteries and intelligent thermostats. For example, we are proposing to install thousands of electric vehicle charging stations across the length and breadth of our 70,000-square-mile service area.
October 16, 2015
PG&E Chairman and CEO Tony Earley traveled up and down California on Thursday (Oct. 15) to talk about the role that utilities will play in ushering in a cleaner energy future, both by increasing the supply of renewable sources and supporting a greener transportation system.
October 15, 2015
During the recent wildfire in Calaveras County, a PG&E exportable power truck provided all the energy needed to power a church where residents took shelter. Today, the utility announced plans to invest a third of its annual fleet purchases in electric vehicles and plug-in-hybrid vehicles.
October 15, 2015
PG&E already has one of the largest EV fleets in the U.S., and we’ve pledged to invest more than $100 million over the next five years to make it even greener – while leading a national initiative encouraging other utilities to follow suit.
October 7, 2015
The newly-signed Senate Bill 350 will have far-reaching implications on climate change and will further position California to lead the nation in clean energy. PG&E supported the new legislation that increases that state’s Renewables Portfolio Standard and doubles state energy efficiency targets.
September 12, 2015
PG&E today thanked the Governor and the legislative authors of Senate Bill 350 for their vision and commitment in ensuring that California continues to lead the nation in significantly reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
August 25, 2015
Local leaders, residents and business owners came together to reflect on the events of a year ago and to celebrate the resiliency and strength of the community in the wake of a natural disaster. The Napa earthquake lasted just 26 seconds, but caused damage that still remains today.