Presentation on theme: "Pacific Gas and Electric Managing for today and planning for tomorrow. Photo courtesy of PG&E."— Presentation transcript:
Pacific Gas and Electric Managing for today and planning for tomorrow. Photo courtesy of PG&E
Company Overview The Pacific Gas and Electric company was formed in 1905 with the merging of two companies: San Francisco Gas and Electric Company and the California Gas and Electric corporation. PG&E energy-based holding company whose core business is Pacific Gas and Electric. PG&E delivers safe, reliable and responsive gas and electric service to approximately 15 million people throughout northern and central California. PG&E had approximately $36.3 billion in assets as of December 31, 2007, and generated revenues of approximately $13.2 billion in 2007. Photo courtesy of PG&E
Corporate Responsibility defined by PG&E: PG&E describes corporate responsibility as an essential barometer of the current and future overall health of the company.
PG&Es Corporate Social Responsibility Corporate Governance Employees Compliance and Ethics Safety Communities Environment
Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Helping customers save energy, money, and the environment.
95 percent of customers gave our energy efficiency rebate programs a positive satisfaction rating, and nearly 96 percent of recent residential customers said they were likely to participate in another PG&E-sponsored energy efficiency program.
Change a Light Campaign CFLs: 75 percent less energy and last 10 times longer
Renewable Energy Sources Wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, wave, and small hydro resources.
To learn more about PG&Es corporate social responsibility, please visit: www.pgecorp.com and www.pge.com/environment.www.pgecorp.comwww.pge.com/environment Managing for today and planning for tomorrow. Pacific Gas and Electric Photo courtesy of PG&E