$100,000 from The San Diego Foundation COVID-19 Community Response Fund with support from SDG&E
Due to the extreme heat forecasted today and over the weekend, all planned outages that are not critical to the safety and reliability of our system have been canceled. For the safety of the public and the electric system, any work that needs immediate repairs or replacement will continue.
SDG&E Plans to Build Four More Microgrids to Help Reduce the Impact of Public Safety Power Shutoffs
Editor's Note: As part of SDG&E’s commitment to continuous improvements for safety and reliability, we had a team of employees set out to develop nonconductive foil balloon technology in 2012. Last year, those initial prototypes were tested in high-voltage electrical labs.
It’s not every day that you need to call on your comrades from your sister utility to request mutual aid, but last Thursday, we needed to do just that to restore more than 3,300 customers who experienced an extended gas outage in the Kensingto
Good news for August and September energy bills for residential customers who have electric service with SDG&E. When you view your August and September bills, you’ll see a line item under the electricity section called the California Climate Credit for $32.28.
Join SDG&E and San Diego Regional Clean Cities for a webinar July 29th to gain insight into the resources and funding available to transition to medium- and heavy-duty EVs
Awarded as a 2020 SEPA Power Player
SAN DIEGO, July 23, 2020 – Kitchens for Good – a local nonprofit that provides culinary training for individuals transitioning from incarceration, homelessness and foster care – has received a $75,000 grant from The San Diego Foundation’s COVID-19 Community Response Fund to prepare hunger relief