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SDG&E Has Mobilized Aerial Support and Other Resources to...

Dec 8, 2017

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 8, 2017 – With the National Weather Service extending the Red Flag Warning through 8 p.m., Sunday, due to high fire danger, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) has mobilized numerous resources... Read more

Taking Action to Keep Communities Safe During Extreme High Wind...

Dec 6, 2017

With our region facing dangerous wildfire risk due to extreme Santa Ana winds, we are concentrating our efforts on preparing for an emergency and protecting public safety. Earlier today, at a media availability held in... Read more

SDG&E Prepared for Santa Ana Wind Event

Dec 5, 2017

Red Flag Warning in effect for San Diego area through Sunday, December 10A late-season Santa Ana Wind event has brought strong winds and low humidity to the San Diego region, creating the potential for dangerous fire... Read more

Media Statement on Wildfire Cost Recovery

Nov 30, 2017

On November 30, 2017, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) issued a final decision denying in full, the recovery of expenses requested in the Wildfire Expense Memorandum Account proceeding. In response, Lee... Read more

Fire Hardening Our System to Make Our Communities Safer

Nov 27, 2017

FiRM and CNF,  may be unfamiliar acronyms but they equate to some of the most important efforts we do here at SDG&E. They are all related to our work to keep our customers, our employees and our region safe... Read more

Wishing You a Happy Thanksgiving!

Nov 22, 2017

Wishing you and yours a happy & safe Thanksgiving!

Meet Zoraya Griffin: SDG&E’s Emergency Services Manager

Nov 16, 2017

For many people, 5:00 p.m. signals the end of the workday. For SDG&E’s Emergency Services Manager, Zoraya Griffin, it’s just another hour on the clock.Emergencies don’t clock-in or clock-out and... Read more

SDG&E Shares Tips to Avoid Scammers, Alerts Customers to New...

Nov 13, 2017

Each year, thousands of customers across America collectively lose millions of their hard-earned money to scammers claiming to be with local utility companies. That is why San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG... Read more

Start with Safety: Get Your Gas Furnace Inspected Before You...

Nov 10, 2017

Don’t wait until you need to turn on the heat to make sure your gas furnace is safeWith cooler weather moving in, now is the time to get your gas furnace inspected to ensure you and your family are safe.We... Read more

New Alert SDG&E Cameras Prove to be Critical Fire Watch Tool...

Nov 7, 2017

New tool designed to improve fire detection and protect communities SAN DIEGO, November 7, 2017 – Today, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), in collaboration with the University of California San Diego... Read more

Spotlight: San Diego Fire Safety

Oct 30, 2017

Investments in technologies, tools and resources make our region better prepared for wildfires than ever before. Get the latest from SDG&E's Mitch Mitchell and CAL FIRE San Diego Unit Chief Tony Mecham on ... Read more

Collaborating for a Stronger, Safer San Diego

Oct 27, 2017

SAFE San Diego initiative bolsters regional fire safety programsAgencies like CAL FIRE, San Diego County Fire Authority, San Diego Fire-Rescue Department and others do a remarkable job protecting our region from... Read more

One Small Spark Can Lead to a Major Wildfire

Oct 25, 2017

See What You Can Do to Eliminate SparksWith our region facing extreme wildfire risk, everyone is urged to do their part to avoid certain outdoor activities that could spark fires, such as using a landscape edger or... Read more

Need to Escape the Heat? Find a Cool Zone Near You

Oct 24, 2017

With record high temperatures in the forecast for a second straight day and Santa Ana conditions expected to continue through tomorrow, SDG&E wants to remind customers they can beat the heat at Cool Zones.At more... Read more

Partnering to Protect Our Communities from Wildfire

Oct 23, 2017

The following article was originally posted by the East County Californian:The potential for a severe wildfire season fueled by an abundance of dead vegetation from years of drought is real. It’s something local... Read more

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