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  • Light swap being switched on for Downtown Auburn retailers

    June 13, 2013Small-business merchants in Downtown Auburn are getting some help to upgrade their existing lighting to energy efficient LEDs. Source: Auburn Journal
  • PG&E Replaces Trees Vandalized at Maria Carrillo High

    May 28, 2013The five trees destroyed by vandals on the Maria Carrillo High School campus in April were replaced last week by PG&E. Source: Press Democrat
  • PG&E Volunteers Improve Lighthouse

    May 25, 2013Pacific Gas and Electric Co. employees recently volunteered to make improvements at Point San Luis Lighthouse. Source: Santa Maria Times
  • Corporate Citizenship Benefits San Jose Parks, Local Youth

    May 24, 2013San Jose Parks Foundation’s plan has always been to build a base of individual donors large enough to support a lean organization that leverages funding from other sources and directs ... Source: San Jose Inside
  • PG&E, Energy Commission Unveil Storage Project

    May 24, 2013Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) and the California Energy Commission have unveiled a battery energy storage system pilot project to better balance power needs of the electric grid. Source: North American Wind Power
  • Students Ponder the Future of Green Energy

    May 22, 2013Students at Vintage High School presented their green technology projects to Pacific Gas & Electric this week during a school visit by gas and electric company officials. Source: Napa Valley Register
  • PG&E Upgrading Mineral Electrical Delivery Reliability

    May 10, 2013Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) utility crews started work this week on a $740,000 project in eastern Tehama County to upgrade the local electric system to provide more reliable ... Source: Red Bluff Daily News
  • Barn Owl Study Shows They Can Keep Gophers at Bay

    May 6, 2013Everyday backyard gardeners know that gophers can be a true nuisance. But for grape growers, these root-chewing, hole-digging vermin can destroy entire fields of vines, undermining a farmer’s very livelihood. Source: Lodi News-Sentinel
  • Humboldt Resident Recognized by First Lady Michelle Obama

    May 3, 2013Earlier this week, President Obama, Vice President Biden, first lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden recognized U.S. Army veteran Erick Varela, who works as a Pacific Gas and Electric ... Source: Times-Standard
  • Lengthy Process to Relicense; Bucks Hydro Gets Underway

    May 2, 2013By law it will take a minimum of five years to relicense the Bucks Creek hydroelectric system and the clock doesn’t even start ticking until Dec. 31, 2013. Bucks Creek Hydroelectric ... Source: Plumas County News
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