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   CERTIFIED MAIL-RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED

   February 28, 2011

   Mr. Peter A. Darbee

   Chairman, CEO & President

   PG&E Corporation

   One Market, Spear Tower, Suite 2400

   San Francisco, California 94105-1126

                               RE: EB-09-GB-0106

   Dear Mr. Darbee:

   The Federal Communications Commission has previously notified you by
   letter on May 4, 2009, that it has received complaints of harmful radio
   interference possibly caused by equipment operated by your company. This
   interference has been reported by an operator in the Amateur Radio
   Service. The complainant is:

   (Name withheld)

   (Address withheld)

   (Address withheld)

   Tel: (Number withheld)

   In this letter, you were advised that this problem, if unresolved, could
   be a violation of Commission rules and could result in a monetary
   forfeiture. For this reason, we encouraged the parties involved to
   voluntarily resolve this matter without Commission intervention. If
   however it became necessary to facilitate a resolution, the Commission
   might investigate possible rules violations and address appropriate
   remedies, including monetary forfeiture.

   You were further advised that the Commission expects that most cases can
   be resolved within 60 days of the time they are first reported to the
   utility company. In addition, if you were unable to resolve this matter by
   June 30, 2009, you were directed to inform this office about the nature of
   the problem, the steps being taken to resolve it and the estimated time in
   which those steps could be accomplished. You were further advised to
   inform the complainant of what steps would be taken to correct this
   reported interference problem. Although you have responded to both this
   office and Mr. (name withheld) within the specified time period, the
   harmful interference he reported to this office still remains unresolved
   after 21 months.

   Given the fact this case has been ongoing for quite some time without
   resolution and PG&E has had ample time to locate the instances of
   interference and make the necessary repairs, you are directed to respond
   to the undersigned within 30 days of receipt of this letter detailing what
   steps you have taken to resolve the remaining instances of interference
   that are reported as being caused by PG&E equipment. Please direct your
   response to the following address: 1270 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg,
   Pennsylvania 17325. Should the remaining interference problems not be
   resolved within those 30 days, PG&E will be required to provide the
   undersigned with a status update every two (2) weeks going forward as to
   what progress, if any, has been made to resolve the matter.

   If you have any questions about this matter, please contact me at
   717-338-2577.

   Sincerely,

   Laura L. Smith, Esq.

   Special Counsel

   Enforcement Bureau

   cc: San Francisco Field Office

   Western Regional Director