PG&E Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report 2018

PG&E Chapter 11 Update


Key Sustainability Indicators

40 miles
Miles of gas transmission pipeline replaced
Weather stations installed to monitor wildfire threat
Full list of indicators

PG&E remains committed to providing safe, reliable, affordable and clean energy, and working together with customers, regulators and community leaders to address the threat of wildfires and aid wildfire restoration and rebuilding efforts. Our ongoing infrastructure investments also help us enhance our operations, integrate advanced energy solutions and meet the evolving energy needs of customers.


  • Implemented our Community Wildfire Safety Program to bolster wildfire prevention and emergency response efforts, put in place new and enhanced safety measures, and increase hardening of our electric system over the long term to help reduce wildfire risks and keep our customers safe.
  • Invested $7.2 billion to enhance our infrastructure and improve safety and reliability.
  • Delivered some of the nation’s cleanest electricity to customers, with 38.9 percent coming from renewable sources and over 80 percent from greenhouse gas-free resources.
  • Completed substantial work to strengthen our natural gas system and completed the largest known portable liquefied and compressed natural gas project of its kind to strength-test 60 miles of natural gas pipeline.
  • Received successful recertification as compliant with the American Petroleum Institute Recommended Practice 1173, Pipeline Safety Management Systems.
  • Generated approximately 7.4 billion kWh of zero-carbon hydroelectric energy for the benefit of our customers.
  • Obtained California Public Utilities Commission approval for 567.5 MW of energy storage, including a PG&E-owned 182.5 MW battery energy storage system.