PG&E’s new Community Wildfire Safety Program is our response to years of drought, extreme heat and 129 million dead trees that have created a "new normal" for our state, and we must continue to adapt to meet these challenges.
Following the 2017 wildfires, we’re teaming with first responders, civic and community leaders and customers to implement additional precautionary measures. Our goal is to help customers prepare for and stay safe during extreme weather events, including sending notifications when and where possible when power may be turned off for safety.
"Savings from our new irrigation system benefit our bottom line," says Craig Hornung of Griffith Farms in Woodlake. Find out how he leveraged PG&E's rebates and expertise.
This summer, follow our tips to stay cool and help keep your company's energy costs down while you're at work.
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