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  • Call 811 before you dig

    March 7, 2014The good news is that the California and San Joaquin Valley Economies are rebounding. This means that construction companies are rehiring and working on more projects. The bad news is, before ... Source: Fresno Bee
  • PG&E Successfully Completes Cornerstone Project

    March 7, 2014Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced the successful completion of its Cornerstone Project—an initiative which helped the utility achieve record electric reliability delivered to its customers in 2013. Source: Energy Business Review
  • A Place to Play: Topock Playground Opens

    March 3, 2014Cloudy skies and some raindrops couldn't keep dozens of supporters of Project Playground away from the official opening of "Topock's Totally Terrific Family Playground" Saturday morning, according to Autumn Boyle-Robinson, ... Source: Mohave Valley Daily News
  • PG&E Using Updated Technology to Inspect Natural-Gas Pipelines

    February 27, 2014Thousands of miles of natural gas pipeline are being tested for safety Pacific Gas & Electric using what it calls a "Smart PIG" to root out problems. Source: KTVU-TV Online
  • Boys & Girls Club Seeking Employers, Teens in Need of Summer Job

    February 26, 2014Youth looking for a summer job can apply at the Boys & Girls Club. Source: KERO-TV Online
  • Farmers Get a Reprieve on Change in Well-Pumping Rates

    February 16, 2014For many years, farmers who use groundwater had an off-peak energy rate through PG&E to pump on weekends and for a few days during the week. Source: Chico Enterprise-Record
  • Flower Power; Plants Help Prevent Power Outages

    February 14, 2014Volunteers with PG&E and SMUD joined forces Friday to help prevent power outages at the sub station along the American River Parkway, just outside Cal Expo. Source: KTXL-TV Online
  • Then There Was Energy-Saving Light

    February 13, 2014The bright light that suddenly shone inside First Presbyterian Church Thursday morning wasn't a miracle, but it was pretty impressive nonetheless. Source: Bakersfield Californian
  • PG&E to Spend $87M on Security to Protect Large Substations from Attack

    February 12, 2014PG&E is implementing heightened security measures at its main substations in California since snipers fired rifle bullets and knocked out 17 transformers at a company facility near San Jose last ... Source: KTVU-TV Online
  • PG&E Work Begins at Old Gas Plant Site

    February 12, 2014For the next few months, people can expect to see some parking closures and heavy equipment as contractors for PG&E begin work on a project to remediate an old gas ... Source: Oroville Mercury-Register
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