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PG&E will be at the center of a global summit this week in San Francisco, sharing the company’s...
- Apr 13
Adapting the Utility Business Model to a Clean-Energy Future
California has directed that by the year 2030, half of the state’s electricity must come from renewable sources....
- Feb 24
PG&E Building Resilience against the Hazards of Climate Change
From extreme weather to rising tides, the threat that climate change poses to crucial sectors of the U.S....
By the Numbers
February 11, 2015
More than 2,000 PG&E personnel fanned out across Northern and Central California over the past five days to restore power to hundreds of thousands of customers impacted by the first storms of 2015. Heavy rain and high winds pummeled a large swath of the utility’s service area. From early morning on Friday through Tuesday, the utility restored service to nearly all of the more than 460,000 customers who lost power.