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Read about Community Wildfire Safety Program

Community Wildfire Safety Program

To reduce wildfire threats and improve safety, PG&E is working together to bolster wildfire prevention, put in place new and enhanced safety measures, and harden the electric system over the long term.

Read about Adapting to the New Normal

Adapting to the "New Normal"

Governor Brown and Legislative Leaders Partner to Bolster Climate Resilience and Improve Disaster Planning, Management and Response

Read about Community Support

Community Support

PG&E wants to work together to share information, provide resources, and help our customers and communities prepare for and stay safe during extreme conditions.

News & Media

Close to Home: A changing climate calls for new approaches

PG&E supports Assembly Bill 33, which would make victims whole, reduce customer bill impacts and ensure utility accountability.

PG&E is here for wildfire victims

PG&E supports reform that will protect wildfire victims, our customers and California’s clean energy future.

Customer bills could skyrocket if Legislature doesn’t fix wildfire liability

California’s electric customers should be front of mind in any legislative solution, which is why PG&E has been pursuing reform of  broken liability laws.

Wildfires illustrate PG&E’s call for action on liability issues

The Mercury News editorial on July 28 references Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to deal with the liability from the growing threat of catastrophic wildfires in California, and suggests that now might not be the time to address these important questions. The events of the past few days illustrate why urgent action is needed.

Laws must keep up with more wildfires

We agree with The Sacramento Bee’s editorial board’s position that utilities shouldn’t get a free pass if they were negligent in their practices with respect to wildfires. However, we disagree with the editorial’s assertion that there is no compelling reason to reform the state’s unsustainable policies regarding utility liability for wildfires.

Flawed doctrine

The SF Chronicle argues that Pacific Gas and Electric Co. should be held financially accountable if we were negligent in our safety and maintenance practices. We agree, and the state’s laws provide for this. Anyone who was harmed has the ability to take us to court to be compensated if we were negligent.

PG&E says it isn’t seeking free pass for wrongdoing

Reflecting on the Northern California wildfires, the Mercury News argues that PG&E should be held financially accountable if we were negligent in our safety and maintenance practices. We agree, and the state’s laws provide for this.

Read about PG&E Boosts Clearlake’s Resilience with $75,000 Donation to Emergency Shelter

PG&E Responds to June 8, 2018 CAL FIRE Announcement

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) issued a statement in response to the latest release of information by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) regarding some of the October 2017 Northern California wildfires.

PG&E Responds to May 25, 2018 CAL FIRE Announcement

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) issued a statement in response to the release of information by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).

PG&E Increases Energy Efficiency Options to Help Customers Rebuilding in Wildfire-Impacted Areas Save Money

As part of its Respond, Rebuild, Resilience commitment to meeting the challenges of extreme weather resulting from climate change, PG&E today announced it will double new construction energy efficiency incentives for residential and business customers who lost their homes or businesses in the October 2017 Northern California wildfires.

Read about PG&E Starts to Replace Underground Electric and Gas Lines in Coffey Park

PG&E Starts to Replace Underground Electric and Gas Lines in Coffey Park

As part of its Respond, Rebuild, Resilience commitment to meeting the challenges of extreme weather resulting from climate change, PG&E has announced the launch of the next phase of the energy company’s support for its customers.

Read about Hear from a PG&E Arborist

Hear from a PG&E Arborist

Video: Hear from PG&E arborist April Kennedy on the work that PG&E undertakes as part of its vegetation management program.

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Useful Information

Read about Wildfire Wood Management Program

Wildfire Wood Management Program

To support communities recovering from the wildfires, PG&E is offering its customers assistance in cutting down and hauling away larger wood from their property at no cost.

Read about Stormy Weather

Stormy Weather

Prepare for stormy weather in advance with PG&E safety tips. Your safety is our first concern. There are many ways to prepare and keep safe during a storm. Learn how by reading our helpful tips.

Read about Earthquake Safety

Earthquake Safety

Stay safe during an earthquake. You can do many things to keep your home and family safe during a major earthquake. Preparing for such an event is important. Know what to do before, during and after a disaster. Establish a plan for your family to help ensure their safety.