If you know that 100% renewable energy is more expensive than 22% renewable energy in 2014, don't waste your time reading this to learn otherwise.
SDG&E 2014 Rates Compared to California and the Nation.
The Future of Local Power in San Diego.
Want to learn about the strategy for San Diego? Do you believe your city deserves a Community Energy Program like cities in Sonoma and Marin County have? Are you a business or community group ready for energy choice and competition leading to more affordable and responsible power?
Request a presentation from SDED to learn about Local Power and how to make it happen. Time is of the essence!
San Diego Energy District Foundation is taking Nominees from Business and Labor for its Planning and Advisory Board. Read more...
Community Energy Is a Local Movement. Everywhere.
How CCAs work in California.
Sonoma Clean Power - CCA Version 2.0.
Why the Marin Clean Energy Authority is working today.
Read the SDED Overview.
Become a San Diego Energy District Ambassador.
Invest in the capital campaign to bring the first CCA to San Diego.
Understand the business planning of a modern CCA (San Francisco).
What if there were TWO light switches on your wall?
One switch to get power from a corporate monopoly, the other from a community-owned, public energy district (CCA). What if that other switch moved rapidly to renewable energy, created real competition, added real quality jobs, and boosted the local economy. What if that other switch created a greener energy grid, reduced our carbon footprint and helped lessen the effects of global warming. That other switch is the vision of the San Diego Energy District, the real alternative to business as usual.
It’s time to make the switch to a brighter tomorrow. Find out how to turn on the Green Juice.
MAY 1: SONOMA CLEAN POWER LAUNCHES as second California CCA to go operational.
The New Look and Brand for San Diego:
The San Diego Energy District Foundation is pleased to announce the funding and initiation of a new Technical and Feasibility study authorized by the City of San Diego. Learn more here. The report is due out not later than Dec, 2014 for public consideration.