September 14, 2017
Laurel Harrop has long wanted to own a green business. She did that, establishing a company that started with recycling scrap metal. Now she’s working with PG&E to recycle tens of thousands of street lights being converted to LEDs. It’s just one of the many examples of how PG&E works with diverse suppliers to responsibly meet its sustainability goals.
September 7, 2017
Hear from a few of the 100 PG&E employees being deployed to Florida to help restore power in the wake of the powerful Hurricane Irma.
June 7, 2017
California has set ambitious energy goals for all new homes to be built to a zero net energy (ZNE) standard by 2020. These homes are designed from the start to be super energy efficient and offset the energy they do consume through onsite renewable energy generation such as rooftop solar.
May 9, 2017
A nine-member team of archaeologists at PG&E help ensure the company, its employees and contractors comply with environmental laws and regulations, including stewardship of cultural resources.
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
PG&E is partnering with local developers to build solar sites in Bakersfield and elsewhere to provide more clean energy as part of the company’s new Solar Choice program.
February 27, 2017
When a levee breach near Manteca forced mandatory evacuations, PG&E jumped into action to provide support to local first responders and help ensure the safety of its customers and the community.
January 12, 2017
Owen McGrattan and Alysse Billigmeier have known each other since they were babies. After a tragic event five years ago, McGrattan moved in with Billigmeier’s family in Stockton. Now they have both earned scholarships from a PG&E Employee Resource Group.
October 3, 2016
From programs that reduce wire-related bird deaths to partnerships that support native bee populations, PG&E leads the industry in ecofriendly wildlife efforts.
July 14, 2016
The Save Mart grocery store in this San Joaquin County city is massive, with aisles of fresh, frozen, boxed and canned food. While shoppers appreciate a roomy grocery store with a wide selection of products, many may not realize the tremendous amount of energy necessary to power those stores. Enter PG&E, which has not only helped the grocery store save money but also improved the shopping experience.
June 30, 2016
As this video shows, natural gas storage is a necessary component of PG&E’s ability to provide safe, reliable and affordable gas to its customers.
June 22, 2016
A group of international instructors who teach science, technology, engineering and math gathered at PG&E’s Energy Training Center. They toured a zero net energy-designed home and saw firsthand a building that produces as much energy as it uses. As this video shows, it’s a lesson in energy efficiency they can take back to their students.
June 1, 2016
A tour of the Zero Net Energy home display at PG&E’s Energy Training Center in Stockton provides an inside look at how the company is leading the effort to reduce the state’s carbon emissions and encouraging building that supports smart energy use.
May 25, 2016
An ordinary day for Stephen Boyle at Tokay High School quickly turned extraordinary. This week, Boyle was named one of 10 PG&E Better Together Scholarship winners. See the moment of surprise in this video as Boyle learns he’s one of the big winners.
April 4, 2016
More than 500 students took part in Dia de Ciencias — or, Day of Science — recently at University of the Pacific. The event was designed to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists.