Join the No PG&E Bailout Coalition outside the PG&E annual meeting to let shareholders know their profits are based on overcharging ratepayers and endangering communities.
PG&E has been responsible for 17 recent fires that killed dozens of people and endangered all Californians’ health.
They’re now trying to pass the liability costs for this destruction on to ratepayers.
Meanwhile PG&E gave $4.5 billion in dividends to shareholders in the last five years, $0 to Camp Fire victims, and $204,800 to Gov. Newsom’s gubernatorial campaign.
“No PG&E Bailout” is a coalition dedicated to taking away power from energy corporations and putting it back in the hands of the people. They say: “We can take our power back from a corporation that values profits more than our lives, our health, and our planet. We can create a California Green New Deal, providing good jobs building a clean, safe, carbon-zero, publicly owned power grid.”
Friday June 21
9 AM – Meet in front of PG&E’s headquarters to honor the fire victims through a reading of names and sharing of stories.
10 AM – PG&E shareholder meeting starts.
10 AM -1 PM: speakers, letters from fire victims, spoken word, community art.
77 Beale St., San Francisco