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  • Tips to help stay cool, save energy

    July 17, 2010With high temperatures expected to continue in the coming days, PG&E offers these tips to help stay cool and save energy during summer heat. Source: Red Bluff Daily News
  • Cooling Centers in the Valley

    July 16, 2010Now in its fifth year, the City of Fresno has refined its cooling center process and will provide free swimming, bus transportation and extended hours at four community centers all ... Source: CBS47
  • PG&E opposes initiative to block state climate law

    July 7, 2010Pacific Gas and Electric Co. on Tuesday said it will oppose the November ballot initiative, which seeks to suspend Assembly Bill 32, a law that mandates statewide reductions in greenhouse ... Source: Sacramento Bee
  • Wine commission, utility team up to save owls from getting zapped

    July 7, 2010PG&E spokesperson Nicole Liebelt said the company is dedicated to protecting the environment. They've partnered with the Lodi-Woodbridge Winegrape Commission, to provide growers in the area with alternative owl boxes ... Source: Lodi News-Sentinel
  • PG&E To Measure Scope 3 Emissions: Is Anyone Watching?

    July 3, 2010Pacific Gas and Electric, Northern and Central California’s energy provider and the Golden State’s largest utility, announced Tuesday that it would be measuring its scope 3 (or indirect) greenhouse gas ... Source: Inspired Economist
  • PG&E Partners with Habitat for Humanity

    July 1, 2010It's a win-win situation: Habitat for Humanity and PG&E are teaming up to Go Green. Habitat for Humanity homes are being equipped with the solar panels, donated by PG&E, which ... Source: CBS 47
  • Walnut Creek family gets first rebate check for solar hot-water system

    June 30, 2010A Walnut Creek family Wednesday was the first in the state to get a rebate through the new California Solar Initiative-Thermal program, known as Assembly Bill 1470. PG&E presented the ... Source: San Jose Mercury News
  • PG&E completes first solar plant on 500MW program

    June 28, 2010California utility PG&E has celebrated the completion of its two-megawatt Vaca-Dixon Solar Station, the flagship project of a new solar program aiming to develop 500MW of new generating capacity. The ... Source: BrighterEnergy
  • Smart grid technology can address climate change

    June 24, 2010Over the past 35 years, California's groundbreaking energy policies have saved ratepayers $56 billion and helped avoid the need to build dozens of fossil fuel power plants. We are now ... Source: SFGate
  • Smart Grids, Coming to a California Utility near You

    June 24, 2010California’s Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) took a major step forward today to give consumers greater control over their electricity bills, create jobs and protect the environment. Source: FavStocks
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