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  • Valley Contributes to PG&E Solar Milestone

    April 3, 2013Pacific Gas & Electric Co. announced that its connected more than 80,000 customers with photovoltaic solar systems to the power grid, a good chunk of those in San Joaquin Valley. The ... Source: The Business Journal (Fresno)
  • Volunteers Pitch in For Earth Day Cleanup

    April 3, 2013The California State Parks Foundation will host 24 environmental improvement projects at state parks across California as part of its 16th Annual Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup presented by Pacific ... Source: Folsom Telegraph
  • PG&E Surveys Snow Pack for Summer Hydroelectric Power Use

    April 2, 2013PG&E is taking their annual snow surveys to figure out how much hydroelectric power they'll be able to produce. PG&E Spokesman, Paul Moreno, said they want to "know exactly how much ... Source: KRCR (ABC – Redding)
  • Renewable Energy: Utilities Challenge Net Metering as Solar Power Expands in Calif.

    April 2, 2013A program that pays California residents for electricity made by their rooftop solar panels is under scrutiny, and supporters fear it could be weakened. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is ... Source: ClimateWire
  • Hispanic Entrepreneur Site Gives Nod to PG&E for Diversity

    March 29, 2013Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has been recognized as one of the 25 best companies nationwide for supplier diversity by HispanicBusiness.com, a leading online business publication for the Hispanic ... Source: HispanicBusiness.com
  • PG&E CEO Discusses 2013 Hopes, Business Uncertainties, Post-San Bruno Progress

    March 21, 2013SNL Energy recently sat down with Anthony Earley, president, chairman and CEO of PG&E Corp., to discuss the company's past problems, present situation, and future opportunities. Since joining PG&E in 2011, ... Source: SNL Energy
  • PG&E Wants Auburn's Residents Below Dams to be Prepared for Break

    March 20, 2013They’re Auburn’s sleeping giants and will likely stay that way. But about 280 residents and businesses downstream of the Halsey Afterbay Dam in Christian Valley near Auburn and the Wise Forebay ... Source: Auburn Journal
  • Students: iPads Make Math Exciting

    March 20, 2013Judkins Middle School students unveiled 35 iPad minis as part of a school iPad lab on Tuesday. Students, who benefited from a $20,000 Pacific Gas and Electric Co. grant, received the ... Source: Santa Maria Times
  • Modernize Our Outdated Energy Infrastructure

    March 18, 2013Imagine buying the latest computer with access to all the state-of-the-art games and programs — and then trying to access the Internet through a rotary phone. Forcing the latest technology ... Source: POLITICO (opinion piece by PG&E Corp. Chairman, CEO and President Tony Earley and International President of IBEW Edwin Hill)
  • California Renewable Power Supply Growing, Costs Falling

    March 14, 2013The costs to California residents to meet the ambitious goal of using renewable power for one-third of the state's electric needs by 2020 are beginning to come down, according to ... Source: Reuters
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