If you are referencing a letter regarding a "Statement of Notice - Form 1099 Reporting," there is no action required on your part.
This letter is simply to notify you that we have provided information to the IRS about payments PG&E sent to you in the tax reporting year as indicated on your letter. We are required to report to the IRS any payments sent for certain transactions related to real estate property, and are ensuring you (the payee) are aware that this information has been sent to the IRS.
The IRS requires that PG&E issue a Form 1099-S to report any payment for the sale or exchange of an ownership interest in real estate property. For example, If PG&E paid you for a permanent easement or a temporary easement of 30-years or greater, then that payment is reportable on a Form 1099-S because the proceeds pertain to the sale or exchange of an ownership interest in real estate.
For more information, visit Easement and Property Requests