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SDG&E to Add More Energy Storage to Improve Regional Reliability

San Diego County CA— The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), on Thursday, approved a proposal by San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) to build two new energy storage ...

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SDG&E Leading the Clean Energy Movement

Named No. 1 utility in America for renewable energy sales First investor-owned utility in California to transition to new private solar program after meeting previous program limit San ...

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Oceanside Solar Permits Expedited through New Online Service

Oceanside CA— Customers can now submit an application and fully process Residential Solar Photovoltaic permits online. This new enhancement allows Solar companies the flexibility of 24-hour online self-service ...

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CPUC Gives SDG&E “Green Light” to Enhance Fire Safety in Forest

San Diego County CA—  The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) recently voted unanimously to give San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) the final approval for fire safety enhancement ...

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SDG&E Injects $7.5m in Education Push to Inspire Drivers to Switch to Cleaner Electric Drive

San Diego County CA— On Monday, May 16, 2016, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) announced it will invest $7.5 million over the next five years to develop ...

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Genentech Unveils Massive Solar Project

Oceanside CA— On Friday, April 29, 2016, officials at Genentech unveiled their latest project to enhance energy efficiency at the over 500,000 sq ft. Oceanside location at 1 ...

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Bill to Increase Access to Rooftop Solar Moves Forward

Sacramento CA— The Assembly Utilities & Commerce Committee voted earlier this week in support of Assembly Bill 2339 (Irwin/Low) by an 8-2 vote.  AB 2339 now proceeds to ...

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SDG&E Adding New Technologies to Harness Clean Energy, Efficiencies

San Diego County CA— Today, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) announced that it has signed a contract with Hecate Energy Bancroft, LLC for a new 20-megawatt (MW) ...

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Community Advocate, SDG&E Stand On Side Of Customers for a More Affordable Future

San Diego County CA— Unified with community, consumer protection and labor advocates, last week San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) asked the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for ...

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Going Green a Way of Life at MiraCosta College

MiraCosta College is taking sustainability to a new level. Oceanside CA— From installing “cool roofs” that reflect heat from the sun and lessen the demand for air conditioning, ...

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California Solar Jobs Top 75,000

Growth up 38% Over Previous Year, Continued Growth Projected Sacramento CA— As a direct result of California’s long-standing commitment to clean energy and technological innovation, the state’s solar ...

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California Public Utilities Commission Adopts New Rooftop Solar Program

Sacramento CA— The California Public Utilities Commission officially voted, on Thursday, to extend net metering for solar customers indefinitely. In its 3-2 vote, the Commission firmly rejected proposals ...

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SDG&E to Install Thousands of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

San Diego County CA— Today, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved San Diego Gas & Electric’s (SDG&E) Electric Vehicle Grid-Integration pilot project, signaling the “green light” for ...

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Congress Passes Multi-Year Extension of Solar Tax Credit

Washington DC— On Friday, the U.S. Congress passed a multi-year extension of the federal solar investment tax credit (ITC) as part of the omnibus appropriations bill. The policy ...

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CPUC Proposes to Reject Anti-Solar Proposals from Utilities

Sacramento CA—The California Public Utilities Commission recently issued a proposed decision in the proceeding to renew the net metering tariff for solar customers. The proposed decision rejects the ...

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