Shouldn’t buildings and energy efficiency always go hand in hand? We think so. Two local projects are proof that they do go together quite beautifully.
It’s that time of the year when many of us are decorating our home, business or office inside and out with festive strings of lights. Lights over the fireplace, lights wrapped around trees and bushes, lights hanging along roof lines and eaves.
As you drive around San Diego, you may have noticed that there are more and more electric vehicles (EVs) on the road. Our region is currently home to about 50,000 plug-in vehicles, and that number is growing every day.
Our employees give back to the community throughout the year by volunteering their time and making donations to local charities. During the holiday season, we ramp up our giving efforts even more.
A time-honored San Diego tradition, December Nights at Balboa Park, kicks off the holiday season this Friday, brin
Editor's note: Energy storage continues to be an integral part of California’s clean energy future. SDG&E is at the forefront of using energy storage to integrate more renewable energy.
Trees are nature’s gift that keeps on giving. Aside from beautifying our surroundings, trees provide shade during hot days and improve the overall health of our local ecosystem and environment.
“I can still remember how excited I was on my first day of work, walking into the Eastern District Office,” recalls Fran Goble, senior billing analyst at SDG&E.
The safety of our customers, communities and crews is paramount to us, and we are taking proactive steps to prepare for this week’s upcoming winter storm.