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  • Hanging from a helicopter cable part of the job for PG&E linemen

    April 8, 2010Thursday's exercise was to prepare 17 men to help with a 19-month project in which PG&E will build and hook up 36 miles of transmission lines to and from two ... Source: Bakersfield Californian
  • PG&E gets approval for Bloom fuel cell

    April 8, 2010Pacific Gas & Electric Company can move forward with plans to install three utility owned fuel cells – two provided by FuelCell Energy of Danbury, Conn., and one from San ... Source: San Francisco Business Times
  • PG&E urges safe digging practices

    April 7, 2010During National Safe Digging Month in April, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) reminds customers to always call 811 before any excavation project, big or small. Homeowners and professional excavators ... Source: Red Bluff Daily News
  • CMA gets PG&E rebate for green efforts

    March 31, 2010While the Golden Bear is in port on Vallejo's California Maritime Academy campus, a new boiler room will allow the training ship to operate with green energy—steam rather than oil ... Source: The Vallejo Times-Herald
  • Evergreen Academy, PG&E Bring Solar to Paradise, Calif.

    March 31, 2010In 2004, the academy—known within the school as Evergreen 6—applied for a PG&E solar schools installation grant. Two years later, they had their 1.06 kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic (PV) system installed. ... Source: GetSolar
  • Lucia Mar offering glimpse of 21st Century Learning

    March 25, 2010PG&E has partnered with California schools in developing many learning academies. Source: The Adobe Press
  • Antioch sees the light on energy efficiency

    March 24, 2010Local stargazers will be able to view the Antioch skyline much more clearly come summer, but city officials said that is just one of many benefits that a $4.65 million ... Source: Contra Costa Times
  • Solar in Schools Adds Energy to California Solar Rush

    March 24, 2010In 2004, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), heavily invested in the future of California’s energy efficiency, decided the solar rush should not be limited to the state’s workforce. What resulted ... Source: GetSolar
  • A starter program for green-minded businesses

    March 21, 2010The Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Business Association have joined to offer their members a way to be more environmentally friendly, a stepping stone to more involved efforts. ... Source: Contra Costa Times
  • Sierra College Wins $205,000 Grant

    March 19, 2010The Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT) at Sierra College was selected through a competitive process to receive a $205,000 grant from the California Community College Chancellor’s Office, Economic ... Source: Rocklin Today
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