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Natural Gas Helping to Achieve Climate Goals

Jun 22, 2017

Natural gas is an essential part of everyday life in San Diego, fueling hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses with safe, reliable and clean energy. But did you know this important energy source is also critical... Read more

Energy Conservation Efforts Continue on Second Day of Flex Alert

Jun 21, 2017

As a result of rising temperatures, the California Independent System Operator’s (ISO) statewide Flex Alert continues today calling for voluntary electricity conservation from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.Every year at SDG... Read more

SDG&E Encouraging Customers to Save Energy as Temperatures...

Jun 20, 2017

As temperatures continue to rise, the California Independent System Operator (ISO) has issued a statewide Flex Alert for today and tomorrow (June 20-21) calling for voluntary electricity conservation from 2 p.m. to 9 p.... Read more

Smart Cities: It’s Not Science Fiction

Jun 19, 2017

In our daily lives, we encounter many devices that have the word “smart” in front of them—smart phone, smart thermostat, smart TV, smart car…and now smart cities. You may ask: What are smart... Read more

Energy Storage North America Announces 2017 Innovation Award...

Jun 14, 2017

The following news release was distributed by Energy Storage North America:Voting now open for the most innovative energy storage projects in North AmericaSan Diego, Calif. – June 14, 2017 – ... Read more

The bare-handing crew wear special suits and gloves that provides a shield and prevents discomfort from static charges when they touch the powerlines. While bare-handing may be dramatic to witness, the linemen undergo intensive training to ensure the utmost in safety when performing.

Safety at the Core of Bare-hand Technique

Jun 12, 2017

They climb up steel towers, shimmy along ladders and are sometimes air-lifted to reach a 500kV transmission line to make repairs. They are called bare-handers—an elite group of specially trained electric lineman... Read more

Meet Jon Brown, Gas Patroller

Jun 7, 2017

After 15 years on the job as an SDG&E Gas Patroller, Jon Brown knows the streets of San Diego pretty well. Not only is he familiar with his routes, he’s also grown used to the funny looks he often receives... Read more

Every day, millions of San Diego residents and businesses use more than 360 million cubic feet of natural gas to power their lives.

Building a Safer Natural Gas System

Jun 2, 2017

Every day, millions of San Diego residents and businesses use more than 360 million cubic feet of natural gas to power their lives. At SDG&E, we believe that safety is the highest priority for our customers,... Read more

Just months after upgrading utility infrastructure for the 1,000th mobile home park residence, SDG&E is looking to help thousands more.

SDG&E Seeks to Extend Mobilehome Park Utility Upgrade Program

May 30, 2017

Goal is to install 6,600 additional new meters to enhance safety & reliability Just months after upgrading utility infrastructure for the 1,000th mobile home park residence, SDG&E is looking to help... Read more

Wishing You a Happy and Safe Memorial Day

May 29, 2017

As we celebrate, honor and remember the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our nation on this Memorial Day, we want to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday.

As part of our efforts to create the utility of the future, we have proposed to build a new, state-of-the-art natural gas pipeline that would start in Rainbow near the Riverside County line and connect with another pipeline on Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar.

Proposed New Pipeline Will Modernize Our Natural Gas System

May 22, 2017

Natural gas powers our lives. We rely on it every day to warm our homes and cook our meals. It even keeps the lights on – as between 40-70 percent of the natural gas delivered to San Diego fuels our region’s... Read more

A new, bright blue canopy for sun and rain protection, energy efficient LED lights, more powerful compressors to improve fill speed and reliability, and expanded tanks for higher fuel capacity – these are all upgrades to the recently refurbished SDG&E compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station off Miramar Road near Commerce Avenue.

Open for Business: Newly Refurbished SDG&E CNG Fueling...

May 11, 2017

A new, bright blue canopy for sun and rain protection, energy efficient LED lights, more powerful compressors to improve fill speed and reliability, and expanded tanks for higher fuel capacity – these are all... Read more

In one San Diego community, school buses logged 250,000 miles last year, transporting students to and from school, and one local school district has been making big changes to help make this mode of transporation cleaner.

How Natural Gas Powers Education

May 5, 2017

Remember the excitement of taking a school bus? From the morning ride to school where more friends joined at each stop before reaching the school yard – to the joy of getting to ride a bus to a museum, zoo, or... Read more

Over the past decade, MTS has converted 94 percent of its fleet of 612 fixed-route diesel buses to CNG, which has reduced emissions by 95 percent since 2002.

Natural Gas Powers Clean Transportation

Apr 28, 2017

As California and the nation continue on the path to building a healthier future, one of the main areas of focus is the transportation industry. Reducing carbon emissions from diesel and gasoline vehicles has an... Read more

Today, many Americans will take action to improve their communities by planting a tree in support of the Arbor Day Foundation’s National Arbor Day.

SDG&E Offers Tips for Safe Tree Planting this Arbor Day

Apr 27, 2017

Company reminds customers to call 8-1-1 before you digSAN DIEGO, April 28, 2017 – Today, many Americans will take action to improve their communities by planting a tree in support of the Arbor Day Foundation... Read more

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