Celebrating Natural Gas Utility Workers' Day

Mar 18, 2018

It takes a small army of highly trained workers to safely deliver natural gas to the 880,000 customers in our region, so they can rely on it to keep their homes warm, prepare food, and heat water.  This Sunday is... Read more

5 Things You Can Do Now to Prepare for An Emergency

Mar 16, 2018

5 Things You Can Do Now to Prepare for An EmergencyWe live in a region that can be impacted by many different kinds of natural disasters, from earthquakes to wildfires to coastal flooding. We never know when the next... Read more

Community Roundtables Addressing Wildfire Risk

Mar 13, 2018

Recent wildfires throughout California have proven to be catastrophic. In San Diego, we have had the driest start to winter since records began in 1850, dramatically increasing the potential for wildfire. Our... Read more

Good Will Hunting: SDG&E Edition

Mar 9, 2018

How many of us have tried to tackle the daunting math problems featured in movies like Good Will Hunting?Thank goodness, great math minds exist in our midst, and they are putting their talent to work right here in our... Read more

Gas Service Restored to All Residents and Businesses in Mission...

Mar 8, 2018

Updated as of 8 a.m., March 9SDG&E crews worked through the night and completed gas service restoration for all residential customers impacted by yesterday's pipeline incident by 3 a.m. this morning. We... Read more

Celebrating National Engineers Week: Evan Richards, Professional...

Feb 21, 2018

Ask Evan Richards what he does for a living, and he sums it up in two words: problem solver. He’s an engineer in SDG&E’s Electric Grid Operations division. And he’s kind of a big deal.... Read more

Happy Presidents’ Day!

Feb 19, 2018

For those spending Presidents’ Day outside of the office or classroom, please be safe as you enjoy the holiday.

SDG&E Worker Recounts Rescuing Police Officer from Crash

Feb 15, 2018

Fox 5 San Diego recently shared the story below about one of our gas patrollers—Jacob Palechek—who unexpectedly became a good samaritan to a San Diego Police Officer in need of assistance:SAN DIEGO -- One of... Read more

Let Your Love Soar this Valentine’s Day—Not a Mylar Balloon

Feb 13, 2018

With Valentine’s Day just hours away, you may pick up a metallic Mylar balloon to top off your gift. At SDG&E, we want to remind you these floating mementos can also pose a hazard to our electric system and... Read more

Customer and SDG&E Take Swift Action to Keep Community Safe

Feb 1, 2018

Kudos to Chula Vista resident Andrea Murphy who alerted SDG&E to the fire hazard posed by a row of dead palm trees located near power lines in the South Bay. As soon as we heard about the problem, we obtained... Read more

Update: All Power Restored to Customers Impacted by Red Flag...

Jan 26, 2018

Updated: Tuesday, 1/30 at 9 a.m.As of 4:30 p.m. yesterday, power was restored to all customers who were de-energized for public safety during the Red Flag Warning issued by the National Weather Service.As wind speeds... Read more

Keeping Your Family Safe from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning this...

Jan 22, 2018

When the weather gets chilly at night and people turn to various means to heat their home, we sometimes hear news stories about carbon monoxide poisoning. With safety as our top priority for the communities we serve, we... Read more

Eyes in the Sky Working to Ensure Public Safety

Jan 16, 2018

To ensure public safety—not just in everyday work situations, but also during storms, wildfires and other emergencies—we supplement our field crews with eyes in the sky.A few years ago, SDG&E became the... Read more

Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy

Jan 15, 2018

Today, we will join people from across the San Diego region to honor Martin Luther King’s contributions to the civil rights movement in our nation.At SDG&E, we are proud to support local organizations that... Read more

Blast from the Past: Innovation for Safety—1916 vs. 2018

Jan 11, 2018

This article is part of an ongoing series looking at how SDG&E has grown with the San Diego region over the past 130+ years and how we’ve made advances to better serve our communities. As San Diego started to... Read more