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Trees may eventually grow to heights that can interfere with overhead power lines-regardless of their size when planted.
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PG&E Co. Insider Christopher P. Johns sold 16,631 shares of the company's stock on the open market in a transaction dated Thursday, March 6th.
Randy Waage had heard PG&E was going to cut down some trees on the southwest side of the Duck Pond park, but the barren view afterward stunned him.
A redwood tree fell on power lines on Soquel Drive on Friday morning, knocking out electricity to more than 1,100 customers and prompting the road's temporary closure.
A sign at the entrance to Brinkman's Marine on May 2, 2013, announces the closing of the business, the result of PG&E and the city beginning the process of cleaning up this site and surrounding areas as part of a redevelopment plan.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced today the successful completion of its Cornerstone Project-an initiative which helped the utility achieve record electric reliability delivered to its customers in 2013.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. completed a multi-year electric reliability effort to improve electric service for customers by focusing on reducing both the frequency and duration of customer outages.
As of this morning, PGE is reporting that 1700 customers are without electricity in the Twain Harte region, 100 near Columbia and 35 near Angels Camp.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. announced that it spent $2.3 billion with diverse suppliers in 2013, accounting for 42.1 percent of its total procurement budget.
The district will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. March 13 at the Middletown Senior Center to discuss the proposed well site and a potential rate increase.
A tree fell across Lockhart Gulch Road just past Nelson Road early Wednesday morning.
An apparent problem with a circuit breaker Tuesday morning led to a power outage affecting almost 11,000 PG&E customers in the hills areas near Highway 24 to Montclair and parts of Rockridge, officials said.
California's state auditor says utility regulators are not doing enough to protect ratepayers from possible unfair hikes to gas and electric bills.
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. halted a natural gas pipeline replacement project and will hire a third-party investigator to mount one of two probes into Monday's explosion that destroyed an unoccupied Carmel house.
A survey of 87 retailers conducted by Pacific Gas & Electric found many are unhappy with their lighting and are considering LED lighting to save energy.