PG&E Provides 93% of Electricity to Customers from GHG-Free Resources

Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) customers received more renewable and greenhouse gas-free electricity in 2021 than ever before.

February 12, 2022. By News Bureau

Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) customers received more renewable and greenhouse gas-free electricity in 2021 than ever before. PG&E’s mix of electricity sources remains among the cleanest in the nation.

PG&E estimates that 50% of its customers’ electricity in 2021 came from specified eligible-renewable resources including biopower, geothermal, small hydroelectric, solar and wind power, according to its recent Form 10-K.

Overall, 93% of its customers’ electricity came from greenhouse gas (GHG)-free resources, including renewables, nuclear and large hydroelectric power.

“Working with our customers, communities and other partners, we have transformed California’s energy landscape—creating a robust renewable energy market and reducing greenhouse-gas emissions across the state. Now, we’re adding more battery energy storage to enable even more renewables onto our electric grid, paving the way to a healthier environment and carbon-neutral energy system for all Californians,” said PG&E Corporation Chief Executive Officer Patti Poppe.

PG&E strongly supports California’s clean energy policies, renewable goals, and efforts to limit and adapt to the impacts of climate change.

Based on current forecasts, PG&E is on track to meet the state’s renewable and carbon-free requirements under Senate Bill 100, including delivering 60% of its electricity from eligible renewable resources by 2030.

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