In this video, PG&E demonstrates how it uses a camera mounted on a robotic crawler to inspect the insides of natural gas pipelines. This year, as part of a series of projects to test or replace about 150 miles of pipeline, PG&E will use this camera tool to inspect 35 miles of pipeline. As Brian Daubin, a director in the company’s gas transmission and distribution department, said, “PG&E is committed to pipeline safety.”
- Mar 16
Building a Better Electric Grid, for a Better California
This is the final essay in a series of opinion columns on California’s clean energy future. In this installment, Geisha Williams, CEO...
- Feb 02
Innovating Through Partnerships for a Clean Energy Future
This is the eighth in a series of opinion columns on California’s clean energy future. In this installment, Geisha Williams, president of...
- Jan 31
Art Rosenfeld, Remembering a Pioneer
In the following post, PG&E’s Chief Sustainability Officer Melissa Lavinson remembers Art Rosenfeld, considered California’s godfather of energy efficiency. *** The...
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