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PG&E Responds to CAL FIRE Announcement

May 25, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — PG&E today issued the following statement in response to the release of information by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)...

PG&E Highlights Importance of Reforming Wildfire Liability Policies as Part of California’s Focus on Clean Energy and Climate Resilience

May 22, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — As PG&E prepares to meet the "new normal" of climate change, working with state and local officials to find a comprehensive solution to California's approach...

Spring into Savings with Four Ways to Reduce Cooling Costs Ahead of Summer

May 21, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — PG&E wants customers with air conditioners to know they can cool their home for less as temperatures heat up. Today, PG&E shares four simple ways...

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PG&E Expands Support for Oakland and Stockton Student Scholarships

May 09, 2018—On Monday (May 7), PG&E leaders announced continued and expanded support for Oakland Promise and Stockton Scholars through the company’s Better Together: Investing in California’s Youth initiative. Both programs provide scholarships to high school students in their respective cities to help them pursue higher education.

PG&E Opens New Wildfire Safety Operations Center to Help Keep Communities Safe

May 08, 2018—In preparation for the 2018 wildfire season, PG&E on Tuesday (May 8) opened its new Wildfire Safety Operations Center. The center, to be staffed 24/7, will monitor potential fire threats across PG&E’s service area in real time and coordinate with first responders and public safety officials to respond to any emerging threats and help keep communities safe.

PowerPathway: An Avenue to a Career

May 04, 2018—Three people with diverse backgrounds: an ex-Air Force airman first class; a former women’s basketball player at the University of Arizona; and a crane operator for a Nevada construction company. But the trio have one goal in common: a career in the utility industry by participating in PG&E’s nationally renowned PowerPathway program.

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PG&E CEO Urges Bay Area Businesses to Help Communities Prepare for Climate Change

May 15, 2018 - Across California, climate change is forcing communities to prepare for a growing array of extreme conditions. The danger list reads like a formula for demonic plagues: persistent drought and flash floods; heat waves and wildfires; rising sea levels and land subsidence.

PG&E CEO: Energy Companies Are Critical Partners to Advancing Clean Transportation

May 09, 2018 - The market for electric vehicles (EVs) in the U.S. continues to grow significantly, driven by a variety of factors including technology improvements, changing customer preferences, declining costs, and more. With one in five EVs in the U.S. plugging into PG&E’s grid and fueled by clean electricity, the company is dedicated to supporting EVs as a critical part of improving air quality and lowering greenhouse-gas emissions in California.

Vintage First Aid Kits Symbol of Safety Partnerships and Preparednes

February 07, 2018 - PG&E employees began first aid-training around 1910, which wasn’t uncommon for California-based companies following the devastating Great Earthquake of 1906. According to PG&E archivist Grace Eng, the destructive fires that followed the quake may have destroyed records showing training started at PG&E — even before 1910..

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