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California City of Dublin awards multi-million contract for smart energy solutions

The City of Dublin in the US state of California has awarded a $21.2 million contract for the deployment of smart energy solutions and smart city upgrades.

PG&E pilots new ‘linear generator’ in Napa microgrid

The linear generator utilising natural gas and directed renewable biogas is designed to displace diesel in mobile generation applications.

Helix Power goes crowdfunding for energy storage development

Helix Power Corporation is seeking seed capital from investors to advance its patented flywheel short-term energy storage. technology

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Metering.com recently conducted an exclusive interview with California, United States-based Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) to find out more about this 101-year-old utility giant.

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has recently been in the news after it has received the thumbs up from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for its advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) SmartMeter™ program.

PG&E appoints new CEO

PG&E announced that recently retired Tennessee Valley Authority CEO William “Bill” Johnson will replace John Simon as CEO and president.

PG&E cleared of 2017 wildfires

CAL FIRE has completed its investigation of the 2017 Tubbs Fire and cleared PG&E of liability.

PG&E cleared of 2017 fires

Despite prior contrary findings by the Cal Fire, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) has been cleared of criminal charges related to 8 wildfires in 2017.

PG&E – SmartMeter program update


Conference: Smart Energy West Coast
Location: San Diego, CA, USA
Presenter: Jim Meadows
Abstract: Presented by Jim Meadows at Smart Energy West Coast

PG&E announces changes to leadership team

[img:GSPruett.thumbnail.jpg|Greg S. Pruett,
Senior Vice President,
Corporate Relations,
PG&E
]San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- November 2, 2007 – U.S. utility PG&E Corporation has announced promotions and a new appointment to its leadership team. The company’s board of directors has elected Greg S. Pruett to senior vice president, Corporate Relations. In addition, the board of directors of PG&E Corporation's utility unit, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, has elected Patricia M. Lawicki as senior vice president and chief information officer for the utility; Geisha J. Williams as senior vice president, Energy Delivery; William D. Hayes as vice president, Maintenance and Construction; and Mark S. Johnson, vice president, Electric Operations and Engineering.

PG&E will be required to validate smart meters

[img:Micheal%20Peevy_0.jpg|Michael R. Peevey,
President, CPUC
]San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- October 19, 2009 - Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will be required to obtain an independent verification of the accuracy of its smart meters currently being deployed in Bakersfield, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has decided.

The move comes in response to concerns expressed by consumers as well as state Senators Dean Florez and Roy Ashburn over high energy bills that have occurred at the same time PG&E installed smart meters in Bakersfield.

PG&E submits proposal for EV buildout

The utility has proposed a total of seven projects and requested a budget of $253 million in order to develop and see these to...

PG&E emerges from the ashes of bankruptcy

How did Pacific Gas and Electric Corporation end up bankrupt and responsible for more than 1,500 fires in California? How has the utility emerged...

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