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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

California is leading the way to a healthier future through reducing carbon emissions and San Diego is following that same path.

Natural Gas is part of our Renewable Future

Apr 20, 2017

California is leading the way to a healthier future through reducing carbon emissions and San Diego is following that same path. In fact, the City of San Diego recently took the top spot for private solar earning the... Read more

Showing Gratitude to the Men and Women Who Keep the Lights on...

Apr 18, 2017

Join us to #ThankALineman for National Lineman Appreciation Day If you’re reading this article on a computer, smart phone or tablet, you probably have a lineman to thank for it—and today, April 18, is the... Read more

Improving Energy Reliability in the North County

Apr 13, 2017

At SDG&E we strive to be the best energy company in an America. As part of this commitment, we often make improvements to the power grid that boost reliability, safety and increase our ability to integrate more... Read more

How Natural Gas Fuels San Diego’s Craft Breweries

Apr 6, 2017

Back in the 1980s, the term “craft beer” didn’t exist. Today, it’s synonymous with San Diego’s role as the “capitol of craft” in America, boasting more than 130 craft breweries... Read more

SDG&E Reports Highest Level of DBE Spending in Company...

Apr 3, 2017

Supplier diversity spend tops 40 percent for fourth consecutive yearIn March, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) reported that the company achieved the highest level of spending with diverse businesses in the... Read more

One of the newer natural gas power plants in San Diego is the Palomar Energy Center in Escondido, which is owned and operated by SDG&E.

How Natural Gas Fuels San Diego’s Power Plants

Mar 27, 2017

When you flip a switch, all that matters is that the lights come on. But did you know the electricity mix that powers homes and businesses in San Diego today is far different than what we relied on years ago?Fifteen... Read more

SDG&E Promotes Safety by Upgrading Service for 1,000th...

Mar 24, 2017

New systems give residents peace of mind with safe, reliable energy and access to money saving programsSAN DIEGO, March 24, 2017 – Today, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) along with local and state... Read more

SDG&E recently welcomed six new relief electric troubleshooters to its team, all of who underwent a rigorous seven week training course – the first step in a long road to becoming electric experts and joining the 42 permanent electric troubleshooters in the company.

San Diego's Electric First Responders

Mar 20, 2017

Handling a live wire at a substation or operating a high voltage switch in an underground vault is just another day on the job for SDG&E electric troubleshooters. But it isn’t an ordinary gig. It’s one... Read more

Today, SDG&E is unveiling a new vanadium redox flow (VRF) battery storage pilot project in coordination with Sumitomo Electric (SEI), which stemmed from a partnership between Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Development Organization (NEDO) and the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz).

SDG&E Spurs Energy Storage Innovation with Flow Battery...

Mar 16, 2017

Today, SDG&E is unveiling a new vanadium redox flow (VRF) battery storage pilot project in coordination with Sumitomo Electric (SEI), which stemmed from a partnership between Japan’s New Energy and Industrial... Read more

Meet Curt Criss, Gas Operations Compliance Manager

Mar 15, 2017

If there is one word SDG&E employee Curt Criss understands well and lives by every day, it’s safety. Criss, who has spent more than three decades in natural gas operations for SDG&E, currently oversees... Read more

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