PG&E invested over $60 million in education programs for California youth in the past 10 years, providing scholarships, preparing students for energy jobs, and helping teachers to create classroom projects focused on energy and the environment.
PG&E awarded nearly $2 million in Bright Minds scholarships for higher education.
PG&E Bright Ideas grants help teachers and schools develop projects and lessons related to energy.
Through an initial $1 million gift, PG&E teamed with the California Department of Education. Together, we founded the New Energy Academy for high school students. The academy focuses on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.