There’s never been a better time to upgrade to energy-efficient lighting. With advanced technology that can lower your bills over time, instant rebates make lighting products more affordable. Take advantage of energy-saving instant rebates on discounted lighting products from local distributors through March 31. Products include interior LED troffers, outdoor fixtures, and interior high/low bay fixtures. Find a distributor now!
SDG&E has several assistance programs to help lower your monthly energy bill while keeping your home comfortable.
There are many perks to driving an electric vehicle (EV) or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). You help lower greenhouse gas emissions in your community, save on fuel and maintenance costs, and qualify for tax breaks. EVs are stylish and perform well, generating peak torque from a standstill. Watch a Tesla leave a Corvette in its dust! EVs have gone mainstream: you can find options for everything from sporty compacts and family sedans to SUVs and even high-performance hot rods! Home charging units have become sleeker and faster, and more and more charging stations are being built around town.
Throughout California, businesses are already paying electricity costs based on when it’s used. Residential households will start making the switch to Time-of-Use pricing plans in March. These plans give you more choice and control for managing your energy use. With these plans, prices are lower all day except between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.
SDG&E’s winter pricing kicked in on November 1, 2018 and goes through May 31, 2019. This means lower pricing across the board!
Learn the Latest Technologies at No Cost!
Interested in green building design and construction, energy efficiency, codes and standards, or other energy-related topics? The Energy Innovation Center offers free, introductory through advanced level classes for professionals in many fields. Get the skills that are important to your customers. Check out the class schedule at sdge.com/training.
Is Your Business Ready for an Emergency?
Most of us have a home emergency plan for our families. When was the last time you actively thought about how to respond to an emergency at work?
During an emergency, you may find it difficult to think quickly and remember all the things you need to do. Although emergencies do not happen often, planning for them is one of those crucial 'just in case' precautions, like having smoke detectors.
Knowing what to do when an emergency occurs in the workplace may make the difference when the seconds count. Create an Emergency Action Plan that covers topics such as emergency communications, and evacuation, emergency and reporting procedures. Get help with an action plan at sdge.com/plan.
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