PG&E ON THE AIR
PG&E court-ordered apology commercials air on TV amid disclosure of new corruption charges
KTVU | March 29, 2017
PG&E has agreed to another $85 million penalty connected to the San Bruno explosion. If approved, the city of San Bruno will receive $6 million, San Carlos another $6 million.
San Bruno city manager disappointed it took 6 years for PG&E ads to run after pipeline explosion
KGO ABC News | March 23, 2017
More than six years after the devastating San Bruno pipeline explosion, PG&E is fulfilling the terms of their sentence.
PG&E may be required to announce criminal history in ads
San Francisco Chronicle | January 25, 2017
Ever since the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion in 2010, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has proclaimed, in public statements and advertisements, its renewed commitment to safe operations — as the company’s website declares, “At PG&E, nothing is more important than safety.”