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The Clean Coalition has partnered with the City of San Diego, which was selected by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to participate in a collaborative effort to explore new ways solar energy can improve the affordability, reliability and resilience of the nation’s electric grid. The City of San Diego is […]
The operators of the recently opened Tule Wind Farm in San Diego’s East County presented two checks of nearly $100,000 each Thursday to the Mountain Empire Unified School District and Mountain Health and Community Services. The donations by Oregon-based Avangrid Renewables were part of a Good Neighbor Agreement negotiated with the community in the development of the […]
Last fall, San Diego Gas & Electric said it could provide city customers with 100 percent green power in coming years. At first glance, the offer was remarkable for a company with “gas” in its name. But the company’s plan isn’t much of a plan, according to new review of SDG&E’s proposal paid for by […]
s every utility customer knows, we pay SDG&E each month for service (too much, but that’s another story). Many don’t know that SDG&E also pays the city of San Diego a substantial sum each year to put its wires and other infrastructure on public property. Those payments typically exceed $50 million annually and are used […]
SDG&E Partners with the Region’s Second Largest City to Accelerate Clean Transportation and Reduce Air Pollution CHULA VISTA, March 27, 2018 – Today, leaders from the City of Chula Vista and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) unveiled a fleet of brand new electric vehicles (EV) and an array of EV charging stations at City […]
For the first time in 50 years, San Diego Gas & Electric must soon ask for permission to operate inside city limits. SDG&E pays San Diego each year to put its equipment — including poles, wires and underground lines — within city rights of way. A few other utilities, including cable companies, have similar deals, known as […]
La Mesa has become the 16th city in California, the sixth city in San Diego County, and the first city in East County to adopt a Climate Action Plan in line with California state goals. The City Council on March 13 voted unanimously to adopt a plan for climate protection, committing to 100 percent “clean […]
When one thinks of who provides their power in San Diego, there’s not much of a delay. That’s because in the City, as is the case throughout California and the rest of the U.S., there is currently only one utility provider – San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E). By December, however, that company may no […]
June 1 looks to be the date Solana Beach will flips the switch on its city-run energy entity and become the first city in San Diego to break away from SDG&E’s century-old monopoly. Solana Beach’s city council, in a trio of resolutions approved last week, set several key details in its long-planned energy venture, including […]
By Dr. Shirley Weber, Assemblymember, District 79 This year the City Council and Mayor Faulconer have the opportunity to enact a Community Choice Energy (CCE) program, which would offer the people of San Diego a more environmentally friendly, less expensive alternative to SDG&E. If they do, they will not only be heroes for the environment […]