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The official account of Pacific Gas and Electric Company. For emergency assistance call 911, for non-emergencies: 1-800-743-5000.
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PG&E 49m
Replying to @mdemirst
Apologies for inconvenience, we recommend you call 877-704-8470 to make a credit card payment (it’s a toll free number but you may need to purchase Skype credit to use) or you can set up payments through your bank.
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PG&E 5h
: Scammers are using technology to create the appearance of an official PG&E phone number (caller ID) and demanding *immediate payment* (by cash card). Don't fall for it. Hang up. Spread the word. Call us at 1.800.743.5000 if you have any doubt
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Cal OES Sep 8
LIVE From California's Day of Preparedness
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Brandi Merlo Sep 8
Emergencies can happen anywhere, anytime. Are you prepared? Find out at today’s California Day of Preparedness happing now in .
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PG&E Sep 7
PG&E has reached an important milestone, installing its 100th new station this year and further enhancing its capacity to capture additional meteorological data to better predict where extreme wildfire danger could occur.
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PG&E Sep 6
Replying to @MrsWard3
This might be helpful
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PG&E Sep 6
Reminder! Through Sept. 30: PG&E customers now have an added incentive to drive electric – is offering a $3,000 discount or 0% APR for 72 months off the purchase of a new 2018 . Learn more:
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PG&E Sep 6
PG&E and are proud to present the 13th annual Day of in historic Old Sacramento Sept. 8. The free, family-friendly event kicks off .
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PG&E Aug 28
Replying to @Michentosh
Please call 1.800.743.5000 to schedule an appointment.
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PG&E Aug 24
Ensure that your family knows what to do when extreme weather, natural disasters or other dangerous events occur. Such events can happen quickly and catch you off guard. Make it a priority to create an emergency plan today:
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Denny Boyles Aug 21
Great day in Long Beach talking with our friends !
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PG&E Aug 17
Replying to @athenaXTchan
This might be helpful:
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PG&E Aug 16
Replying to @MarkNijmeijerCA
This might be helpful: Call the Smarter Energy Line Center at 1-800-933-9555 or visit
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PG&E Aug 16
Replying to @MarkNijmeijerCA
Service Agreement Identification Number located on your energy statement.
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PG&E Aug 16
Replying to @MarkNijmeijerCA
Is this the website? If not, please send the link so we can check into it. Thanks.
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PG&E Aug 13
Replying to @MerlosFreddy
What are referencing as dangerous? Hard tell from the photo.
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PG&E Aug 12
Replying to @bhaloo68
Please call 1.800.743.5000 to report this.
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PG&E Aug 10
Replying to @moonwitted
If you smell gas, please leave the area and call 911 and PG&E at 800-743-5000.
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PG&E Aug 10
Tomorrow is 8-11. Safe digging starts with a free call to 8-1-1. Always have your underground lines marked before you dig. Whether you’re building a fence or a high-rise building. No project is too small. Be safe by knowing what’s below.
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PG&E Aug 10
SmartAC participants: August 10 is a SmartAC Event Day. Between 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., some ACs will cycle for no more than 3.0 hours. More info:
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