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  1. Solar City calls for "Save the Rooftop" Solar Rally at PG&E headquartersRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | John Dvorak

    I want to let you know that PG&E and California's other two big utilities are trying to make it harder for more home owners to go solar. But, we're not going to let them win.


  2. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Business Wire

    ... industry leader will further Recon's mission of delivering products across ETF spectrum )--Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has helped customers save more than $7 billion on their energy bills through the California Alternate Rates for Energy ...


  3. PG&E Urges Safe Digging Practices as Customers Rush to Complete Outdoor Projects before Storm SeasonRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Business Wire

    Whether it's finishing the long ignored fence project or finally getting around to planting drought-resistant plants, the Pacific Gas and Electric Company reminds customers that even in the rush to finish outdoor projects in the last sunny weekends of the year, they should always call 811 at least two working days before any digging project. "The need to finish projects safely has become even more urgent as we all prepare for what could be a very significant storm season, but it's important that you take the time to call 811 before any digging project.


  4. San Bruno CA: PGandE Refund ComingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    ... email was sent by PG&E on behalf of the California Public Utilities Commission. "PG&E" refers to Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation. 77 Beale St. San Francisco, CA 94105. A 2015 Pacific Gas and Electric Company. ...


  5. California grooms utility giants to compete against Big OilRead the original story

    Saturday | KNDO

    Under new climate change legislation Gov. Jerry Brown signed Wednesday, the most populous state in the nation is encouraging major utilities to compete as an alternative transportation fuel source by installing thousands of charging stations where people live, work and play. The new law, SB350, requires the state to boost renewable electricity use to 50 percent and double the energy efficiency of existing buildings by 2030, although Democratic leaders were forced to drop a key provision that would have pushed the state to cut oil use by half.


  6. Kid Fest combines safety and funRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 10 | The Reporter

    ... coordinator at The Reporter. Paul, 4, and Aliyah, 6, of Vacaville stood mesmerized as retired Pacific Gas and Electric foreman Raul Alcala demonstrated a dangerous electrical situation. He leaned over a model scene of a truck on a highway. He ...


  7. San Bruno Officials Denounce Governor's Veto of CPUC Reform LegislationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    City officials have spent the past five years seeking to hold PG&E and CPUC officials accountable since the 2010 gas explosion. San Bruno city officials were "extremely disappointed" Friday by Governor Jerry Brown's veto of half a dozen bills intended to reform the California Public Utilities Commission in the wake of a deadly pipeline explosion, according to City Manager Connie Jackson.


  8. Wednesday Rally Against PG&E's Attack on Rooftop SolarRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 10 | Daily Kos

    By 12/31/15, the CPUC) must decide how much credit Californians will get on their utility bills if they choose to go solar in 2016 and beyond. The major California utilities have launched an underhanded attack, pressing the agency to make it much more expensive to go solar.


  9. California drought dries up lake overnight, killing thousands of fishRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 9 |

    It is a phenomenon that is as worrying as it is mysterious. In recent days, a reservoir in Northern California ran completely dry overnight, killing thousands of fish and leaving residents looking for answers as to what might have happened.


  10. Brown vetoes bills designed to reform state utilities regulatorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 9 | SFGate

    Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a package of bills Friday aimed at reforming the California Public Utilities Commission , including a measure cracking down on back-channel lobbying that lawmakers passed after Pacific Gas and Electric Co. executives negotiated secret deals with the state agency.


  11. Gomez Trial Attorneys and Baron & Budd, P.C. File More Butte Wildfire LawsuitsRead the original story

    Friday Oct 9 | Business Wire

    The case, Biggs-Adams, et al. v. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, et al., Case #CGC 15-548386, was filed in San Francisco state court.


  12. The Latest: Brown vetoes bill to boost UC wage parityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 9 | Chico Enterprise-Record

    Gov. Jerry Brown has rejected a series of reforms to the powerful California Public Utilities Commission in the wake of revelations after a deadly gas pipeline explosion. Brown vetoed six bills aimed at diluting the powers of the state's top utility regulator and ensuring the commission's meetings are more open and transparent.


  13. The Latest: Governor rejects utility commission reformsRead the original story

    Friday Oct 9 | KTVN Reno

    Gov. Jerry Brown is rejecting legislation that would ban the University of California from outsourcing full-time jobs to companies that do not offer the same wages and benefits as comparable jobs in the university system. SB376 by Sen. Ricardo Lara, a Bell Gardens Democrat, sought to bring wage parity to custodial, clerical, food services and some medical workers.


  14. Gov. Brown vetoes bills to reform utilities commissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 9 | San Diego Reader

    Governor Jerry Brown today vetoed a package of bills that were meant to reform the California Public Utilities Commission. Assemblyman Anthony Rendon, sponsor of three bills that were vetoed, said, "I am disappointed by the governor's veto of my CPUC reform package.


  15. California adopts ambitious new climate change policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 9 | Inhabitat

    For better and for worse, California stands on the front lines of climate change . As the Golden State struggles with an historic and devastating drought , Governor Jerry Brown recently signed SB350 into law, setting a high bar in climate change policy to which other states should aspire.


  16. M-Enterprise Boston and Canada Summits Address the Broad Changes Taking Place in Enterprise MobilityRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 8 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    These mobility summits bring together C-Suite, Vice Presidents, Directors of Mobile Strategy, IT, Field Workforce, Architecture and Operations professionals from major organizations to learn how to use mobile technology to increase productivity, profitability, and improve customer service and experience. Sponsors are able to engage directly with these decision-makers looking for mobile solutions.


  17. Campbell: PG&E responding to reported gas leak near civic centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 8 | San Jose Mercury News

    According to Pacific Gas and Electric spokeswoman Mayra Tostado a call came in at 11:48 a.m. reporting that a third party contractor hit a 4-inch field gas pipe while digging. Tostado said gas is still slowly flowing.


  18. Read Full ArticleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 8 | NewsTalk 1530 KFBK

    Although the Butte Fire has reached full containment, an investigation is still underway into the cause of the deadly blaze. Pacific Gas and Electric came forward and provided information that there is a possibility a tree may have come in contact with their line and thus caused the fire.


  19. Problems persist in PG&E's post-San Bruno gas line recordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 8 | SFGate

    Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has made uneven progress since the San Bruno disaster in accounting for its vast network of pipes serving homes and businesses, and filling in the records gaps to ensure the system is safe could take more than a decade, according to a report prepared for state regulators.


  20. San Bruno: PG&E still failing to maintain adequate records, investigation findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 8 |

    PG&E continues to struggle with flawed record keeping for its natural gas system, and is failing to learn from its experiences, five years after a fatal explosion in San Bruno, according to an audit ordered by state regulators that was circulated Thursday. The audit was conducted by Florida-based P Wood Associates, a risk management and assessment firm, and was commissioned by the state Public Utilities Commission.