The semi-trucks that we see every day on local streets and freeways typically run on diesel and have an exhaust stack sticking out from the top of the cab.
Local teachers invited to request resources that promote anti-racism through the
In the event that the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) calls for rotating outages, SDG&E will communicate to customers about the rotating outages, last
A Hollywood-style red carpet was rolled out last weekend at Read
June is National Safety Month, and, in preparation for the approaching summer, we’re putting a spotlight on tips for our customers to practice natural gas and electrical safety in their homes or businesses. Follow these tips and share them with your family and friends.
The pandemic forced many of our local, smaller restaurants to let go of staff to stay afloat; or close altogether.
San Diego County Cool Zones are open to provide much-needed relief from high temperatures. Cool Zone sites, mostly located in the hottest areas of the county, help older adults and others keep cool and save energy costs.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.(June 15, 2021) -- The American Institute of Architects, California (AIACA) announces the launch of the tenth annual Architecture at Zero competition focused on decarbonization, equity and resilience in building design.
As an extended heat wave enters the region and blankets the Southwest, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) is offering tips to help local residents keep their home cool while also saving o