SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- PG&E is moving its headquarters out of San Francisco.
The utility said Monday it's heading to Oakland, saying the move from the Financial District will save the company money as it emerges from bankruptcy.
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Its new headquarters will be at the 28-story Kaiser Center high-rise at Lake Merritt.
PG&E has been headquartered in San Francisco for 115 years.
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After 115 years, PG&E is leaving San Francisco, moving to Oakland