June 11, 1991
Alpharel Inc. said it was selected by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to implement a pilot document imaging system at the utility's Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant near San Luis Obispo. The system will provide quick access to documents that are important to maintaining electrical, mechanical and control systems at the plant, Alpharel said. Alpharel, a Camarillo-based producer of document management systems, did not disclose financial details about the pilot program.
November 23, 1992 |
Electricity was restored early Sunday to about 25,000 San Francisco households that lost power when a fire broke out in a Pacific Gas & Electric Co. substation. The Saturday afternoon fire knocked out power in parts of the Richmond, Haight-Ashbury, Pacific Heights and Hayes Valley districts. Electricity was turned back on gradually with power restored to all customers by 2:40 a.m., PG & E said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 9, 2003 |
The giant California condors that soar above the Big Sur wilderness have new protection from deadly power lines. A power line in Anderson Canyon where a newly released condor was electrocuted in December has been condor-proofed by Pacific Gas & Electric Co., at a cost of about $100,000. PG&E workers replaced bare electrical wire with insulated wire, then wrapped the wires with spiral-shaped "bird diverters" to make them more visible.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 2001 |
The California attorney general has filed more than $1 billion in Bankruptcy Court claims against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. on behalf of a dozen-plus state agencies. The claims include $258.7 million in energy-related costs incurred by the state Department of Water Resources, which has been purchasing power for PG&E customers since mid-January. The state earlier filed a $179-million claim for the water department's power purchases from April 6, when PG&E filed for bankruptcy, to May 31.
May 29, 1999 |
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. will pay $440,000 to operators of an electric grid system to settle charges connected with the massive power failure that blacked out San Francisco Dec. 8. The board of the quasi-public Independent System Operator approved the settlement on Thursday. The money will go to the operator's budget and will help fund studies to devise improvements to the high-voltage system serving the San Francisco area and San Diego, which have with transmission problems.