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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I purchase PG&E Corporation (PCG) common stock?
2. Does PG&E Corporation offer a dividend reinvestment plan or direct stock purchase plan?
3. Who is PG&E Corporation’s and Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s transfer agent?
4. What is the stock symbol and CUSIP number for PG&E Corporation’s common stock?
5. What exchange is PG&E Corporation’s common stock listed?
6. How do I sell my shares of PG&E Corporation (PCG) common stock?
7. How can I purchase shares of Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock?
8. What are the stock symbols and CUSIP numbers for Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock?
9. On what exchange are the Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock issues listed?
10. How do I sell my shares of Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock?
11. What are the call provisions for Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock?
12. How do I replace a lost or destroyed stock certificate?
13. How do I change the address or name on my shareholder account?
14. What if I am a shareholder and have not received the most recent dividend payment?
15. How do I replace a stale, lost, or stolen dividend check?
16. How do I get a duplicate 1099 statement?
17. How do I get a duplicate statement of my dividend reinvestment account?
18. If my shares have been escheated, who do I contact?
19. What is the current market price for PG&E Corporation’s common stock?
20. How can I figure out the value of my PG&E Corporation common stock account?
21. Have there been any name changes or mergers in the company's history?
22. Has PG&E Corporation common stock had any stock splits?
23. How can I determine the tax/cost basis of my shares for tax reporting?
24. Where can I obtain historical stock quotes?
25. Do you have another question that hasn’t been answered?

1. How can I purchase PG&E Corporation (PCG) common stock?

You can purchase PG&E Corporation’s common stock through our Dividend Reinvestment and Stock Purchase Plan (“Plan”) by calling our plan administrator to request an investor kit. You may reach our plan administrator, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services, at (888) 489 4689 or on-line at www.shareowneronline.com. If you are not already a shareholder of PG&E Corporation common stock, there is an initial investment requirement of at least $250. Please refer to the Plan prospectus for full details.

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2. Does PG&E Corporation offer a dividend reinvestment plan or direct stock purchase plan?

Yes, our Dividend Reinvestment and Stock Purchase Plan (“Plan”) provides an economical and convenient method of purchasing PG&E Corporation’s common stock directly through our Plan administrator, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services, and our Plan allows shareholders to reinvest all or a portion of their cash dividends. Please download the Plan prospectus here for full details, or contact Wells Fargo at (888) 489-4689 for more information.

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3. Who is PG&E Corporation’s and Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s transfer agent?

Wells Fargo Shareowner Services (“Wells Fargo”)

You may contact Wells Fargo in the following ways:

By telephone at (888) 489-4689 (representatives are available 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. CT)

By email at Go to shareowneronline.com and select Contact Us

Online at www.shareowneronline.com.

By mail at:

Written correspondence and deposit of certificated shares:
Wells Fargo Shareowner Services
P.O. Box 64874
St. Paul, MN 55164-0874

Certified and overnight delivery:
Wells Fargo Shareowner Services
1110 Centre Pointe Curve, Suite 101
Mendota Heights, MN 55120-4100

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4. What is the stock symbol and CUSIP number for PG&E Corporation’s common stock?

PG&E Corporation’s stock symbol is PCG, and the CUSIP is 69331C108.

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5. What exchange is PG&E Corporation’s common stock listed?

PG&E Corporation’s common stock (stock symbol PCG) is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

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6. How do I sell my shares of PG&E Corporation (PCG) common stock?

If you hold shares of PG&E Corporation common stock with our transfer agent, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services, you can sell your shares by either accessing your account online at www.shareowneronline.com or by calling Wells Fargo Shareowner Services at (888) 489-4689. If you hold your shares in street name, you will need to contact your securities dealer or broker.

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7. How can I purchase shares of Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock?

To purchase Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock, please contact a securities dealer or broker directly.

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8. What are the stock symbols and CUSIP numbers for Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock?

6.00% Non-Redeemable First Preferred, Symbol “PCG A”, CUSIP 694308206
5.50% Non-Redeemable First Preferred, Symbol “PCG B”, CUSIP 694308305
5.00% Non-Redeemable First Preferred, Symbol “PCG C”, 694308404
5.00% Redeemable First Preferred, Symbol “PCG D”, CUSIP 694308503
5.00% Redeemable First Preferred Series A, Symbol “PCG E”, CUSIP 694308602
4.80% Redeemable First Preferred, Symbol “PCG G”, CUSIP 694308701
4.50% Redeemable First Preferred, Symbol “PCG H”, CUSIP 694308800
4.36% Redeemable First Preferred, Symbol “PCG I”, CUSIP 694308883

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9. On what exchange are the Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock issues listed?

The NYSE MKT Stock Exchange (formerly NYSE AMEX).

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10. How do I sell my shares of Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock?

If you hold shares in one or more of the either issues of Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock with our transfer agent, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services, you can sell your shares by either accessing your account online at www.shareowneronline.com or by calling Wells Fargo at (888) 489-4689. If you hold your shares in street name, you will need to contact your securities dealer or broker.

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11. What are the call provisions for Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock?

There are eight issues of Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock; three of the issues are non-redeemable (which means that they can never be called by the company), and five of the issues are redeemable.  The redemption provisions of the five redeemable issues are shown below:

Issue Description Redemption Provisions
5% Redeemable First Preferred $26.75 after July 31, 1963
5% Series A Redeemable First Preferred $26.75 after July 31, 1963
4.80% Redeemable First Preferred $27.25 after January 31, 1965
4.50% Redeemable First Preferred $26.00 after July 31, 1969
4.36% Redeemable First Preferred $25.75 after October 31, 1975

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12. How do I replace a lost or destroyed stock certificate?

A missing or destroyed stock certificate should be reported immediately to Wells Fargo Shareowner Services (“Wells Fargo”). The notification should include the owner's name, address, specific information about the certificate (certificate number, number of shares, and issue date, if available), whether or not the certificate was endorsed, and a daytime telephone number.

The information should be sent to:

Wells Fargo Shareowner Services
P.O. Box 64874
St. Paul, MN 55164-0874

To place an immediate stop on the transfer of a lost or stolen stock certificate, please call Wells Fargo’s toll-free telephone number, 1-888-489-4689. There is a replacement fee of 3% of the fair market value of the lost certificate plus a $75 processing fee. If the certificate is later found or recovered, the security holder should notify Wells Fargo in writing so that the "stop transfer" may be removed.

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13. How do I change the address or name on my shareholder account?

You may change the address on your shareholder account by accessing your account online at www.shareowneronline.com or by calling Wells Fargo Shareowner Services (“Wells Fargo”) at (888) 489-4689. If you wish to change the name on your shareholder account, you should contact Wells Fargo to request that transfer instructions be mailed to you.

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14. What if I am a shareholder and have not received the most recent dividend payment?

If you have not received your dividend check within 7 to 10 business days of the payment date, please contact our transfer agent, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services at (888) 489-4689 and they will issue you a replacement check.

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15. How do I replace a stale, lost, or stolen dividend check?

If you have misplaced your dividend check or believe it was lost in the mail, please contact our transfer agent, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services (“Wells Fargo”) at (888) 489-4689 and request a replacement check. Wells Fargo will research the status of the check, and if it is still outstanding, will place a stop payment on the lost check, and issue you a replacement check. The replacement check will be mailed to the address reflected on your account.

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16. How do I get a duplicate 1099 statement?

If you are looking for duplicate copies of the 2016 1099-DIV, please contact Wells Fargo Shareowner Services (“Wells Fargo”) by calling (888) 489-4689. You can also obtain a duplicate 1099 form online by accessing your shareholder account through Wells Fargo’s website at www.shareowneronline.com.

If you require duplicate copies for the years 2013 through 2015, please contact American Stock Transfer and Trust Company, LLC by writing to them at:

6201 15th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219

If you’re looking for duplicate copies for 2012 and prior years please contact Computershare Shareowner Services by writing to them at:

Attn: Research
250 Royall Street
Canton, MA 02021

When writing to these entities, it will be helpful to note that they were the transfer agent for PG&E Corporation common stock and Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock for the years in which you are inquiring.

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17. How do I get a duplicate statement of my dividend reinvestment account?

You may call our transfer agent, Wells Fargo Shareowner Services (“Wells Fargo”) at (888) 489-4689 to request a duplicate dividend reinvestment statement, or you may obtain one online by accessing your shareholder account through Wells Fargo’s website at www.shareowneronline.com.

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18. If my shares have been escheated, who do I contact?

If your shares have been escheated, you should contact the State Controller's Office of the state in which you live. If you live in the state of California, the State Controller's Office can be reached via telephone (800) 992-4647 or visit their website at http://www.sco.ca.gov/upd.html.

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19. What is the current market price for PG&E Corporation’s common stock?

The market price of PG&E Corporation’s common stock can be found at http://investor.pgecorp.com/stock-info/quote-and-chart/default.aspx

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20. How can I figure out the value of my PG&E Corporation common stock account?

The value of your common stock is computed by multiplying the total number of shares you currently hold by the current market price of PG&E Corporation’s common stock. Go to http://investor.pgecorp.com/stock-info/quote-and-chart/default.aspx to get the current market price of PG&E Corporation’s common stock.

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21. Have there been any name changes or mergers in the company's history?

Pacific Gas and Electric Company Common Stock automatically became PG&E Corporation Common Stock on January 1, 1997. No action was/is required by shareowners.  Any shares of Pacific Gas and Electric Company common stock, whether held by you or your broker, became fully valid common shares of PG&E Corporation. 

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22. Has PG&E Corporation common stock had any stock splits?

Yes, the dates of the stock splits were:
January 3, 1927: 4-for-1 Split
January 19, 1962: 3-for-1 Split
June 15, 1983: 2-for-1 Split

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23. How can I determine the tax/cost basis of my shares for tax reporting?

We recommend you contact a tax advisor in order to obtain your cost basis.  For assistance in determining the purchase date and purchase price of your shares, please call our Shareholder Services department at (415) 973-8200.

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24. Where can I obtain historical stock quotes?

Historical stock quotes (January of 1995 through current) for PG&E Corporation can be found at http://investor.pgecorp.com/stock-info/quote-and-chart/default.aspx (scroll down toward the bottom of the page).  For quotes prior to January of 1995, and for historical quotes for all of the Pacific Gas and Electric Company preferred stock issues, please call our Shareholder Services department at (415) 973-8200.

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Transfer Agent
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