Tag: PG&E

State Grid Operator Asks Californians To Conserve Energy

SAN FRANCISCO—California’s power grid operator has asked residents of California to conserve electricity on days with higher temperatures. A Flex Alert was issued by...

PG&E Announces Electrical Undergrounding Initiative To Prevent Wildfires

SAN FRANCISCO—PG&E announced a new initiative to expand electrical undergrounding of power lines in High Fire Threat Districts on Wednesday, July 21. The initiative...

PG&E Preps For Possible Power Outages

SAN FRANCISCO—The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) indicated they are preparing for any widespread damage due to the recent gale-force winds, and any...

Over 30,000 People Without Power From PG&E Outages

SAN FRANCISCO — The possibility of another wildfire in the Bay Area has caused PG&E to shut off power in more than 30,000 homes,...

PG&E Gets The Green Light To Exit Bankruptcy

SAN FRANCISCO—After months of financial and legal maneuvering, the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) received approval for its bankruptcy exit plan from the...

SF Officials Object To The Legality Of PG&E’s Proposed Bankruptcy Plan

SAN FRANCISCO—On Friday, June 12, San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced that the city has brought forward a legal objection to the funding...

PG&E Headquarters Will Depart From San Francisco To Oakland

SAN FRANCISCO—On Monday, June 8, after more than 100 years, Pacific Gas and Electric Corporation plans to move from San Francisco to Oakland. PG&E...

PG&E Pulls Together $11 Billion In Debt Financing, Looking To Exit...

SAN FRANCISCO—On Friday, June 5, it was announced that the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), California’s largest utility corporation headquartered in San Francisco,...

PG&E Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter After Fire

CALIFORNIA—On Monday, March 23, PG&E agreed to plead guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter and unlawfully starting the Camp Fire. The utility company’s...

PG&E Plans Reorganization Days Before Public Utility Bill Is Introduced

SACRAMENTO—On February 3, California State Senator Scott Wiener proposed a new bill that would transform PG&E into a public utility just days after the...
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