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PG&E Achieves Perfect Score for 15th Straight Year and Is Named One of the Best Places to Work by the Human Rights Campaign

February 22, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — PG&E was named as one of the best places to work in the U.S. by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the largest national civil rights organizations...

PG&E Clean Energy Deliveries Already Meet Future Goals

February 20, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — PG&E has reached California’s 2020 renewable energy goal three years ahead of schedule, and now delivers nearly 80 percent of its electricity from greenhouse-gas (GHG) free resources...

Don't Let Scammers Ruin Your Lunar New Year Celebration

February 16, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Gung Hey Fat Choy! As customers celebrate Lunar New Year and the arrival of the Year of the Dog, PG&E reminds them to be aware of scams which often happen during busy holiday seasons...

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PowerPathway Graduates Find Jobs on PG&E Transmission Line Teams

January 24, 2018—For the first time, PG&E’s joint substation and transmission line teams have joined the PowerPathway program, a career training collaboration between PG&E, local colleges, the public workforce development system and unions.

PG&E Receives Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce Champion Award

January 18, 2018—The Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce honored PG&E as a Chamber Champion at its annual board installation and awards luncheon last week. PG&E is a founding chamber member and a longtime sponsor of the chamber —founded in 1920 — supporting its community, civic and educational programs.

PG&E Launches New Program to Accelerate Electric Vehicle Adoption in Northern and Central California

January 17, 2018—To help accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in California, PG&E today (Jan. 17) launched its new EV Charge Network program. Partnering with business customers and EV charging companies, PG&E will install 7,500 EV chargers at condominiums, apartment buildings and workplaces across Northern and Central California, including at sites in disadvantaged communities.

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Mainland Energy Companies Continue to Rally with Puerto Rico to Finish Restoration

January 16, 2018 - Check out our video ( shot by our crews on the ground near Arecibo to see how PG&E and mainland energy companies continue providing assistance since Hurricane Maria devastated the island in September. Damage near Arecibo is some of the most devastating that our crews have witnessed in their careers. What’s helping make a tremendous difference is the hallmark of the U.S. energy industry known as mutual aid.

PG&E CEO: California Has Opportunity to Lead on Clean Energy and Climate Change Resilience

December 15, 2017 - The stakes in California’s race to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and confront the forces of climate change are getting higher. The issues are no longer just environmental. And overcoming them successfully will require the state to tackle newly pressing policy questions in ways that have not been explored before. The audience at the recent New York Times ClimateTECH conference in San Francisco heard those messages and more from PG&E Corporation CEO and President Geisha Williams during an on-stage interview with reporter Katie Benner.

Northern California Wildfires: Here Are the Facts

November 6, 2017 - In the wake of the extraordinary, wind-driven wildfires that swept across Northern California in October, there has been a significant amount of speculation about a broad range of issues, including PG&E’s Electric Operations maintenance policies. Given the nature of these events, and their impact on local communities, we think it is critical that everyone has the facts — including a complete picture of the complexity of providing our customers safe, reliable, affordable and clean energy in a region at high risk for wildfires.

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