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PG&E Has Restored Power to Essentially All Customers Whose Power Was Proactively Turned Off for Safety

October 16, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — PG&E restored power today (Oct. 16) to essentially all remaining customers whose power was proactively turned off for safety on Sunday (Oct. 14) in response to...

PG&E to Restore All Remaining Customers Today Whose Power Was Turned Off for Safety

October 16, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — PG&E will complete restoration today for all remaining customers who had power proactively turned off for safety in response to extreme weather conditions overnight Sunday. On...

PG&E Forecasts to Restore Power Tonight to Approximately 70 Percent of Customers Impacted by Recent Weather Event

October 15, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — PG&E announced this afternoon that it forecasts to restore power by midnight Monday, October 15, to approximately 70 percent of customers impacted in areas where it had...

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PG&E Aerial and Ground Patrol Prevents Dig-In Damage this Summer

September 10, 2018— The rate of construction and home improvement projects typically increases when weather is most temperate. This is also when PG&E sees a spike in dig-ins to underground lines from third-parties who did not have underground facilities marked by calling 811. This summer has been no exception.

PG&E Installs 100th New Weather Station in 2018

September 07, 2018—PG&E has reached an important milestone, installing its 100th new weather station this year and further enhancing its capacity to capture additional meteorological data to better predict where extreme wildfire danger could occur.

VIDEO: Restaurant Industry Experts Finding Energy Savings in the Kitchen

August 28, 2018—Restaurants owners and chefs are usually focused on the quality of food they serve and making sure their customers are happy. Energy efficiency isn’t usually top of mind. But industry experts recently gathered at PG&E’s Food Service Technology Center in San Ramon where they learned about the advantages of energy-efficiency in the restaurant business.

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Wildfires Illustrate PG&E’s Call for Action on Liability

August 08, 2018 - The Mercury News editorial on July 28 references Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to deal with the liability from the growing threat of catastrophic wildfires in California, and suggests that now might not be the time to address these important questions.

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.

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