May 7, 2014
Researchers from the UC Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group put bands on the legs of three baby peregrine falcons who live on a nest high atop PG&E headquarters in San Francisco’s Financial District. The birds — all female and all healthy — will fly away in a few weeks. Before then, PG&E is asking its customers to help name them.
April 14, 2014
Falcons have been nesting atop PG&E’s headquarters for more than a decade. Today, the eggs hatched.
March 14, 2014
PG&E sponsored the Science of the Dust Bowl event in Bakersfield on Saturday. It gave families a chance to learn about the science and history of this event as well as celebrating the 75th anniversary of John Steinbeck’s “Grapes of Wrath.”
March 13, 2014
PG&E took to the school yard in Oroville in Butte County to teach schoolchildren about the importance of trees and safety around power lines.
March 6, 2014
PG&E has been recognized for its wetland habitat improvement project in eastern Shasta County by an engineering society.
The Sacramento Section of the American Civil Engineering Society recognized PG&E and Black & Veatch Corporation with the 2013 Environmental Engineering Project of the Yea
February 21, 2014
Working side-by-side, more than 40 volunteers from PG&E and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District planted flowers under electric transmission lines at the American River Parkway.
February 20, 2014
Jonathan Marshall writes in his NEXT100 blog that plastic bags, which are made from petroleum, can be converted back into surprisingly good transportation fuel, according to a new research.
January 15, 2014
Chinese energy officials visited PG&E’s headquarters this week to learn firsthand how the utility works closely with the state of California to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protects the environment with its mix of renewable power and many energy efficiency programs.
December 13, 2013
PG&E recently received Wildlife at Work certification from the Wildlife Habitat Council for efforts associated with the restoration of native serpentine and for creating a pollinator habitat in three areas at the site of the former Hunters Point Power Plant in San Francisco.
November 21, 2013
Jellyfish are wreaking havoc and it could get worse, writes Jonathan Marshall in his NEXT100 blog.
November 7, 2013
PG&E has concluded the final year of a four-year hydroelectric safety and reliability project in Placer and Nevada counties. As this Currents video story shows, the work involved removing hazard trees from 3,200 acres of PG&E-owned land in the Sierra Nevada.
November 5, 2013
PG&E recently completed a four-month environmental cleanup project at the Oakland Power Plant site. The project was an example of PG&E’s commitment to cleaning up its historic properties, its focus on its environmental responsibilities and on the importance of community involvement, including working with a local employment organization.
October 8, 2013
Low-carbon cement could make building a green process. As Jonathan Marshall writes in his NEXT100 blog, several Bay Area buildings have already used this new product.
September 30, 2013
International Red Panda Day was celebrated on Sunday (Sept. 29) at the Sequoia Park Zoo in Eureka, thanks to the sponsorship of PG&E.
September 26, 2013
Since 2010, PG&E has organized several volunteer events at the Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge aimed at helping the endangered Lange’s metalmark butterfly. PG&E volunteers come out at least twice a year to help remove invasive plants to make the area more suitable for the host plant of the butterfly. So far, the effort is working.