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  • PG&E: 9% drop likely for home heating bills

    January 5, 2010Home heating bills for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. customers are expected to drop 9.2 percent this month compared with last January, the result of warmer weather and lower fuel ... Source: San Francisco Chronicle
  • PG&E customers can expect cheaper heating bills

    January 5, 2010Pacific Gas & Electric customers can expect their home heating bills to be about 9 percent lower this month compared with last January, due to warmer weather and a decline ... Source: San Jose Mercury News
  • Politico Q&A: Brian Hertzog

    December 9, 2009POLITICO talked to Brian Hertzog, director of the company's corporate affairs, about what the utility hopes to accomplish at the U.N. climate conference and beyond. Source: Politico
  • A solar power surge: Central Coast harvests the sun

    December 7, 2009Throughout PG&E’s service region in Central and Northern California, more than 30,000 photovoltaic systems have been installed, more than any other utility in the nation. Source: San Luis Obispo Tribune
  • What's New: The Latest on Alternative-Energy Deals from Dow Jones Clean Technology Insight

    December 7, 2009Battery technology may play a key role in the growth of wind and solar energy, two such variable power sources that large-scale storage capacity is needed to make them reliable ... Source: The Wall Street Journal
  • Ideas Shared at Clean Tech Summit

    December 5, 2009Leading Silicon Valley clean tech companies and government officials gathered at this week's 3rd annual clean tech legislative summit in San Jose. Source: KCBS-AM
  • Hospice Tree Lighting Takes Place Wednesday

    November 30, 2009It was an all volunteer effort for PG&E linemen who installed some 1200 lights on the Hospice of San Joaquin Christmas tree. Source: The Manteca Bulletin
  • Darbee Shines a Spotlight on Climate Change

    November 20, 2009After convening a meeting of his top 15 executives where outside experts argued both sides of the climate change issue, Darbee decided that climate change was a risk his company ... Source: San Francisco Business Times
  • Green Beat: Al Gore says Smart Grid part of 'the single largest solution' to climate change

    November 20, 2009Nobel Prize winner and former vice president Al Gore gave a wide-ranging, passionate talk at VentureBeat’s GreenBeat 2009 conference yesterday in San Mateo about combating global warming. We already ... Source: VentureBeat
  • The Climate Race - Harvesting gas from the dairy air

    November 18, 2009A California utility is aggressively developing power sources cleaner than coal -- natural gas, nuclear, hydro, wind, solar ... and now even cow manure. But Pacific Gas & Electric isn't ... Source: Marketplace
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