Fifty-two years after he was slain, Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy of social justice, equality, and human dignity is well and alive in the San Diego region.
It happened in mid-December and again in January.
A decade ago, our company hired our first meteorologist and started building our own weather station network, so we can closely track how temperature, humidity and winds affect the power grid and plan accordingly to reduce wildfire risk.
Winter is here in full force – the weather has been chilly and more than a few winter storms have already touched down in the region.
As 2019 draws to a close, we are taking a few moments to look back at a year defined by key milestones in clean transportation, wildfire safety, energy reliability, clean energy and community engagement.
For many people in Southern California and throughout the world, their New Year's Day tradition includes watching the Rose Parade in person, on television or online.
As part of our ongoing effort to reduce wildfire risk and the impact of Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) during extreme weather conditions, we are working to expand the underground electric infrastructure in the town of Julian.
Editor’s Note: As part of our Inspiring Future Leaders giving initiative, we support many local nonprofit organizations that are hard at work fostering the next