Over 450 students from 12 high schools across San Diego gathered in the Rady Shell at Jacobs Park to hear about the industries that make San Diego an attraction to over 35 million tourists a year and learn how they can make their first steps into hospitality careers.
New SDG&E Program Offers $10k Scholarships To Encourage Local Students To Pursue Stem Careers
10 scholarships to be awarded to students who self-identify as woman or person of color
CA's First Public, DC Fast Chargers For Electric Medium and Heavy-Duty Vehicles at a Truck Stop Open for Public Use
Chargers near the U.S./Mexico border speed up charging for trucks, delivery vans, buses and other large vehicles.
SD Humane Society and SDG&E Team Up to Rescue Tethered Osprey in Ocean Beach
You know what they say, “birds of a feather flock together” and that statement could not have been more true than on Monday, March 20 when the San Diego Humane Society and SDG&E came together to free an osprey that was tethered to her nest by tangled fishing line, at the top of a City of San
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SDG&E Recognized by Chartwell for Wildfire Mitigation Predictive Modeling Technology
The Wildfire Next Generation System (WiNGS) prioritizes mitigation efforts to help protect the region from the threat of wildfire
Legislation Aimed At Reducing Energy Bills Up For Vote By A State Committee On Wednesday
Bill sparks statewide conversation on whether certain state-mandated programs should be paid through energy bills
SDG&E Prepares for High Winds and Storm Conditions
Company Provides Safety Tips to Help Keep Customers Safe during Winter Storm
SDG&E se prepara para fuertes vientos y condiciones de tormenta
La compañía ofrece consejos para ayudar a sus clientes a mantenerse seguros durante la tormenta invernal