June 19, 2017
With record-setting temperatures gripping much of the state, PG&E crews have been working hard to keep the power on. The extreme heat is expected to stick around most of the week and customers are being asked to conserve and keep safety in mind.
June 7, 2017
After months of uncertainty, the annual peregrine falcon season reached a high point this past week as three baby birds hatched in the nest that sits on the ledge on the 33rd floor of PG&E’s San Francisco headquarters.
June 5, 2017
PG&E has worked closely with Salesforce Tower developers to power up its new San Francisco building. The 1,070-foot tower recently switched over to permanent PG&E power as it readies to open in the fall.
May 17, 2017
The Asian ERG at PG&E formed more than 30 years ago and has grown to expand both its employee base along with its community involvement. The group helps internally with PG&E company initiatives and provides annual scholarships to students.
May 2, 2017
Three falcon eggs are being carefully guarded by their parents on the 33rd floor of PG&E’s downtown San Francisco headquarters — it’s an annual event that the public to watch via webcam. Since 2004, Falcons have been nesting on PG&E’s building and each year, people patiently wait for the falcons to hatch and take their first flights.
May 1, 2017
With climate policy leadership at the federal level no longer a given, the nation is “at a pivotal moment” in the push for a clean energy economy — one where California’s success will prove critical in showing the way forward.
April 24, 2017
They came with gloves. They came with shovels. They came with wheelbarrows. The PG&E Blue Army assembled to take on the garbage, debris and weeds of 11 state parks on Earth Day. Employees at each location also held a moment of silence for three men killed in a shooting last week in Fresno, including PG&E’s Zackary Randalls.
April 21, 2017
PG&E has safely restored power to all 88,000 customers impacted by a major power outage in San Francisco today (April 21). The outage was caused by equipment failure at the Larkin Substation.
April 18, 2017
For four hours a day, five days a week, Connie is an intern with PG&E. She handles numerous administrative duties, including tracking communications and updating databases (she’s also proficient at PowerPoint). She’s one of four PG&E interns through a program that supports individuals with developmental disabilities to meet the challenges of adulthood while achieving personal goals and lifelong success.
April 13, 2017
PG&E’s Steve Malnight recently served on a panel at the Renewables Rush Conference in San Francisco where California’s fast-changing energy economy was discussed.
April 6, 2017
Five cities participating in Step Up and Power Down surpassed their energy-saving goals. As this video shows, the initiative was built on the premise that small action can add up to a big impact for California’s sustainable future.
March 30, 2017
California’s trees have had an especially tough run in the last year. PG&E’s vegetation management program has stepped up to help: It has partnered with California ReLeaf, a nonprofit that promotes planting and care of trees, to give $25,000 in Arbor Day-related grants to nearly a dozen community organizations across the service area.
March 13, 2017
Despite an abundant amount of rain this year, water is still a limited resource. Next week, leading experts will present on the most pressing water issues and challenges related to building in the state at PG&E’s 14th annual Water Conservation Showcase.
March 10, 2017
On International Women’s Day, PG&E joined other business leaders and women’s leadership organizations for a call to action: More women are needed in California politics.
March 1, 2017
Calling it a humbling and exciting moment, Geisha Williams began her tenure as the top executive at PG&E Corporation, a milestone moment for the venerable energy company.