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PG&E Offers Help From The West Coast In Aftermath of Sandy

San Luis Obispo, CA — Pacific Gas and Electric Company has announced that it is sending more than 150 employees to New York to help restore power in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.  Crews from all over PG&E’s Northern and Central California service area will depart from Sacramento within the next couple of days.

 
“Providing support to other utilities throughout the nation during major natural disasters is one of the hallmarks of PG&E and the electric utility industry,” said Geisha Williams, executive vice president of electric operations.
 
“The men and women of PG&E are proud to help restore power to the victims of Hurricane Sandy, who are expected to experience widespread and long-term outages.  We pulled crews from throughout our service area so that we can continue to provide safe, reliable and affordable electric service to our customers here in California while also providing critical restoration assistance in New York.”

 

 

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