News and updates

PG&E to host open houses for transmission line route feedback


Source: Lodi-News Sentinel, November 29, 2016


PG&E will be hosting the following four open houses in the area in early December to introduce potential transmission line route options and gather feedback.


Download: PG&E to host open houses for transmission line route feedback (PDF, 88 KB)


PG&E looks for feedback on potential transmission routes


Source: Central Valley Business Journal, November 29, 2016


Pacific Gas and Electric is seeking community feedback for potential transmission line routes and route options.


Download: PG&E looks for feedback on potential transmission routes (PDF, 106 KB)


PG&E Seeks Community Feedback on Potential Routes for Proposed Stockton-Area Project


Release Date: November 28, 2016

Contact: PG&E Corporate Relations at (415)973-5930


STOCKTON, Calif. — Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is committed to delivering safe, reliable, affordable and clean energy to our customers. The proposed Northern San Joaquin Power Connect project is designed to do just that. Following two successful rounds of community outreach, PG&E will once again seek the community's feedback during a third round of open houses, at which potential transmission line routes and route options will be introduced.


Download: PG&E Seeks Community Feedback on Potential Routes for Proposed Stockton-Area Project (PDF, 257 KB)


October 2016 Email Update


This email provides an update on the proposed project's community outreach efforts, as well as information regarding PG&E's scholarship program and important emergency preparedness tips and guidelines.


Download: October 2016 Email Update (PDF, 1.79 MB)


August 2016 Newsletter


This newsletter provides a recap of the June 2016 open houses, a map of the potential transmission line corridors, and information regarding the proposed project's routing and siting criteria. This newsletter also shares important emergency preparedness tips and information regarding how the energy grid works.


Download: August 2016 Newsletter (PDF, 7.96 MB)


PG&E looks to upgrade Lodi-area power lines


Source: Lodi News-Sentinel, June 6, 2016


As part of PG&E's second phase in the proposed Northern San Joaquin Power Connect project, the gas and electric company will be offering series of open houses next week.


Download: PG&E looks to upgrade Lodi-area power lines (PDF, 115 KB)


PG&E narrows route for high-power lines in north SJ County


Source: Stockton Record, June 6, 2016


Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is moving closer to determining a route for new high-power transmission lines that would cut across northern San Joaquin County.


Download: PG&E narrows route for high-power lines in north SJ County (PDF, 26 KB)


PG&E Seeks Additional Community Feedback on Proposed Stockton-Area Project


Release Date: June 2, 2016

Contact: PG&E Corporate Relations at (415)973-5930


STOCKTON, Calif. — Delivering safe, reliable, affordable and clean electric service is a top priority for Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). The proposed Northern San Joaquin Power Connect, a new electric transmission project designed to meet community needs, will do just that. The project was introduced to the public last fall and PG&E will be seeking additional community feedback in June during a second round of open houses where potential transmission line corridors for the project will be introduced.


Download: PG&E Seeks Additional Community Feedback on Proposed Stockton-Area Project (PDF, 251 KB)


May 2016 Email Update


This email update provides an overview of the proposed project, as well as information regarding open houses, the electric grid and energy efficiency.


Download: May 2016 Email Update (PDF, 1.46 MB)


City of Lodi Endorses PG&E's Proposed Infrastructure Project


Release Date: April 7, 2016

Contact: PG&E Corporate Relations at (415)973-5930


LODI, Calif. — Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) today applauded the Lodi City Council's unanimous passage of a resolution in favor of the Northern San Joaquin Power Connect project. PG&E has worked closely with residents, community leaders and local elected officials during the initial development of the proposed new electric transmission project, which will increase electric reliability, support continued economic growth, and help ensure efficient and safe delivery of electricity to homes and businesses in the county.


Download: City of Lodi Endorses PG&E's Proposed Infrastructure Project


March 2016 Newsletter


The newsletter provides information about the economic benefits of the proposed project, a map of the project study area, a recap of the December 2015 open houses and PG&E's renewable energy investments.


Download: March 2016 Newsletter (PDF, 5.78 MB)


Outreach for upgrade project completed


Source: Stockton Record, December 3, 2015


Pacific Gas and Electric Co. representatives said the company's outreach for a new upgrade project has been successful.


Download: Outreach for upgrade project completed (PDF, 120 KB)



PG&E plans major San Joaquin County transmission line expansion


Source: Central Valley Business Journal, November 30, 2015


PG&E is preparing for its biggest expansion in the northern San Joaquin Valley in years.


Download: PG&E plans major San Joaquin County transmission line expansion (PDF, 116 KB)


PG&E Pitches Major Project


Source: Stockton Record, November 18, 2015


Pacific Gas and Electric Co. wants to build major new transmission lines connecting infrastructure in northwest Stockton with the communities of Lodi and Lockeford.


Download: PG&E Pitches Major Project (PDF, 132 KB)


PG&E to begin planning San Joaquin Power Connect station upgrade project


Source: Lodi News-Sentinel, November 18, 2015


PG&E will hold a series of open house meetings to begin planning a proposed Northern San Joaquin Power Connect project.


Download: PG&E to begin planning San Joaquin Power Connect station upgrade project (PDF, 37 KB)


PG&E wants public input on proposed Stockton-area power line project


Source: Central Valley Business Times, November 13, 2015


Pacific Gas and Electric Company says it will hold several information sessions for the public to explain its plans for a new power line in the Stockton area.


Download: PG&E wants public input on proposed Stockton-area power line project (PDF, 158 KB)


PG&E Seeks Public Feedback on Proposed Infrastructure Project


Release Date: November 12, 2015 2015

Contact: PG&E Corporate Relations at (415)973-5930


STOCKTON, Calif. — Delivering safe and reliable electric service is a top priority for Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). And Northern San Joaquin Power Connect, a proposed new electric transmission project, will do just that. PG&E will hold several public open houses to introduce and encourage feedback on the project.


Download: PG&E Seeks Public Feedback on Proposed Infrastructure Project (PDF, 185 KB)