This excerpt taken from the PCG DEF 14A filed Apr 2, 2008.
How much stock-based compensation did directors receive during 2007?
During 2007, non-employee directors received the following stock-based compensation under the PG&E Corporation 2006 Long-Term Incentive Plan. On January 3, 2007, each non-employee director received 846 restricted shares of PG&E Corporation common stock. In addition, directors who were granted stock options received options to purchase 911 shares of PG&E Corporation common stock for each $5,000 increment of value (subject to a $40,000 limit) at an exercise price of $47.27 per share, and directors who were granted restricted stock units received 106 restricted stock units for each $5,000 increment of value (subject to a $40,000 limit).
Directors who serve on both the PG&E Corporation and Pacific Gas and Electric Company Boards and corresponding committees do not receive additional compensation for concurrent service on Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Board or its committees. However, separate meeting fees are paid for each meeting of the Pacific Gas and Electric Company Board, or a Pacific Gas and Electric Company Board committee, that is not held concurrently or sequentially with a meeting of the PG&E Corporation Board or a corresponding PG&E Corporation Board committee. It is the usual practice of PG&E Corporation and Pacific Gas and Electric Company that meetings of the companies' Boards and corresponding committees are held concurrently and, therefore, that a single meeting fee is paid to each director for each set of meetings.