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
As California’s climate changes, fire season is becoming a year-long battle against stronger, faster wildfires.
In 2017, our former president, Scott Drury, came up with the idea for an annual motorcycle fundraiser, Rides4ALZ, wh
Many of us will be firing up our grills on the Fourth of July for gatherings with family and friends. Who doesn’t love the delicious smell of burgers, hot dogs, and corn sizzling on the grill?
As we enter wildfire season in California, utility officials in the drought-stricken Southwest are preparing for an active summer. In this episode of Grid Talk, host Marty Rosenberg talks with our CEO, Caroline Winn about her priorities and the innovative projects the company is undertaking.
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.
It's no secret that there is a shortage of affordable housing in San Diego. In 2000, there were more than 91,000 affordable housing units in the county.