VIDEO: PG&E/IBEW Lineman's Rodeo Draws More Than 1,200 Spectators
LIVERMORE – Part-carnival, part-sporting event, the 3rd annual PG&E/IBEW Local 1245 Lineman’s Rodeo on Saturday (Aug. 16) drew a record crowd. More than 1,200 spectators filled PG&E's training facility in Livermore, excited to see which PG&E journeyman and apprentice lineworkers would be selected to represent the company and the International Brotherhood of Electric Workers at the International Lineman's Rodeo in Kansas in October.VIDEO: PG&E/IBEW Lineman's Rodeo Draws More Than 1,200 Spectators
San Francisco: PG&E Volunteers Help Preserve a Piece of 'The Rock'
Staffers from the PG&E Academy, the utility's skills training and development arm, volunteer for numerous community events throughout the year. That includes last Thursday (Aug. 14), when 16 Academy employees spent four hours tending to the gardens on San Francisco’s Alcatraz Island. "I floated the idea to my team and they thought it was a great opportunity," said Jon Faulk, PG&E director of enterprise systems training. "It was a team-building exercise. Everyone wanted to do some shovel-in-the-ground type of work."San Francisco: PG&E Volunteers Help Preserve a Piece of 'The Rock'
San Luis Obispo County: PG&E Honored for Conservation Efforts
SAN LUIS OBISPO – For taking the extra mile in conserving natural resources, PG&E was recently presented with the Conservationist of the Year Award from the Coastal San Luis Resource Conservation District (RCD). The presentation took place Tuesday (Aug. 19) at the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors' chambers. A 16-mile stretch of transmission lines, from Atascadero to San Luis Obispo, were recently upgraded by PG&E crews. Sections of this stretch have serpentine soils that give home to many rare plants.San Luis Obispo County: PG&E Honored for Conservation Efforts
Safety before Lunch: Concord Employees Protect Public from Live Wire
Imagine going out for lunch, sitting down, and before taking a bite, you hear a loud noise outside. You look out the window and see that a large truck had hit a utility pole. As a result, a transformer crashed to the ground, causing fluid leakage. And a live electrical wire became dislodged and is dangling at the side of the pole.Safety before Lunch: Concord Employees Protect Public from Live Wire
Recent PG&E Press Releases
August 27, 2014 San Francisco, Calif.—As children in the affected region go back to school in the aftermath of the Napa County earthquake, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) would like to take this...
August 25, 2014 San Francisco, Calif.—Pacific Gas and Electric Company is reporting that electric service is restored for 70,000 customers affected by Sunday's Napa County earthquake.
August 24, 2014 San Francisco, Calif.— Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) emergency crews are responding to power outages and service disruptions caused by today’s 6.0 magnitude earthquake. The earthquake struck at 3:20 a.m.
August 24, 2014 San Francisco, Calif.- Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is continuing to restore electric and gas service following an early morning 6.0 magnitude earthquake in Napa County and is making plans...
Recent PG&E Related Media Stories
August 18, 2014 What does Butte College have in common with Apple Inc., the U.S. Department of Energy, Coca Cola Refreshments, Google Inc. and other organizations? ...Source: Oroville Mercury Register
August 17, 2014 Self-confidence opens doors. When one feels like they belong, they will. As school ramps up for another year, students who feel good about what they are wearing will have a clear...Source: San Luis Obispo Tribune
August 15, 2014 Aptos project expected to end Oct. 1. An expected six-week project to test a gas pipeline on Wallace Avenue in Aptos will start Monday, likely adding to traffic snarls on the...Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel
August 15, 2014 Pacific Gas and Electric Co. employees from Diablo Canyon Power Plant helped support Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties by raising $16,000 for the organization last week during the 17th annual Nuclear Challenge Golf Tournament...Source: Times Press Recorder
Recent Blog Postings
July 9, 2014 Students at this innovative school in San Luis Obispo County are excited about the hands-on learning their school provides, as this video story shows. And school officials say none of it...
July 8, 2014 In keeping with its strong support for clean transportation, PG&E is giving employees an opportunity to charge plug-in electric vehicles at selected company locations in Northern and Central California. Employees will...
July 8, 2014 PG&E has scheduled a planned power outage for Elk Creek and Stonyford the night of Thursday, July 17 so crews can safely make electrical upgrades to improve electric reliability in western...
July 8, 2014 The Galt City Council presented PG&E’s Eric Brown with the Galt Community of Character Coalition for Integrity award for his work with students.