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Employee Invention Makes Safety Tests Portable

Jun 27, 2017

When the only thing between you and up to 12 kilovolts of electricity is a pair of rubber gloves, you want to be confident the gloves are in the safest condition. Enter SDG&E’s Protective Equipment Testing (... 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

Like humans, animals are susceptible to suffering breathing issues from smoke inhalation when escaping a house fire. And like humans, emergency care with the proper equipment is critical to saving lives. Unfortunately, when animals need to be resuscitated or receive clean oxygen, the tools aren’t always available.

Life-Saving Tools for Our Four-Legged Friends

Jun 15, 2017

To many of us, our pets are members of the family. The thought of losing our four-legged loved ones in a house fire can be devastating. While most of us have gone through at least one drill in our lives to learn how to... 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

“Going to Bat for San Diego” in Full Swing at Petco Park

May 31, 2017

SDG&E and the San Diego Padres team up for non-profits dedicated to building a safer San Diego Before the Padres stepped onto the field to earn a victory against the Chicago Cubs last night, SDG&E and the San... 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.

Reports of Callers Impersonating SDG&E on the Rise

May 24, 2017

Whether it’s an email from a foreign prince asking you to send money so he can access his fortune, a text with a link to a fake website requesting your personal information, or an automated phone call with an... Read more

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

Emergency Preparedness Summit: Partnership is Key to Staying Safe

May 19, 2017

Throughout the year, emergencies and natural disasters are something we as a community prepare and plan for. When it comes to our local first responders, it’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when we... Read more

American Red Cross of San Diego/Imperial Counties’ Shelter of...

May 18, 2017

The following news release was distributed by the American Red Cross of San Diego/Imperial Counties: The 15-day campaign generated much-needded funds for local disaster reliefSAN DIEGO, May 16, 2017 — The... Read more

The California Fire Foundation (CFF) today unveils new in-language public service announcements (PSAs) that will help educate the Chinese community on fire safety and steps to take in the event of a house fire.

CA Fire Foundation's Firefighters on Your Side Launches...

May 16, 2017

The following news release was distributed by the California Fire Foundation in coordination with SDG&E: PSA will educate the Chinese community on preventive measures and steps to take during a FireThe... Read more

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