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July 2014

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Easy strategies for summer energy savings

Easy strategies for summer energy savings

Higher temperatures and higher electric bills often go hand in hand. To reduce your operating costs this summer, try these five strategies at your facility.

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Cooling systems: A mid-summer checkup

Cooling systems: A mid-summer checkup

Make sure your cooling system operates at optimum efficiency all summer long. Our tips can help you get more out of your cooling system.

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Your workplace electrical safety checklist

Your workplace electrical safety checklist

From damaged wiring to unsafe environments, there are many potential electrical hazards in today's workplaces. Help protect your staff and facility with this electrical safety checklist.

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5 things you might not know about solar energy

6 things you might not know about solar energy

We're shedding some light on this fast-growing source of clean, renewable power. Here are six interesting facts about solar energy.

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Change your payment due date

Need a few extra days to pay your bill?

Getting a little more time to pay your bill can make a big difference. Now, you can sign up for a payment plan when you log in to your PG&E account from our secure website. It's fast and convenient.

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