WILL ENERGY INNOVATION SOLVE THE CLIMATE CRISIS FAST ENOUGH? OR, WILL MONOPOLIES KILL ALL HOPE?
YOUR ACTIONS WILL MAKE THE DIFFERENCE.
- The San Diego Energy District Mission
- Net Metering Advisory Service
- Net Metering Peril
- Green Hydrogen: The Next 10 Years
- Community Choice Energy
- Join US!
There is one big problem the San Diego Energy District seeks to solve – removing greenhouse gases from electricity generation. In 2021, there are forces opposing this mission like the Investor Owned Monopolies of California. And remember, electric generation represents one-third of all carbon emissions. That’s a big chunk. Our mission is to make the grid emission-free. This is a racial and social mission, not just environmental. The weak and marginal bear the brunt of disasters and pollution. The San Diego Energy District provides low-income housing, residential, and commercial consultation.
MAKE YOUR PROPERTY A PART OF THE SOLUTION TODAY.
OBTAIN A CONSULTATION:
NET METERING 3.0
THE DEATH OF ROOFTOP SOLAR
Read More About The Assault on Net Metering by the California Monopolies.
One of the most exciting breakthroughs is Hydrogen. It replaces “natural” gas used in power plants. This is a real game changer since Green Hydrogen can be brought online with relatively little infrastructure change and could be employed on a short time scale. And there is no shortage of hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe. Electrolysis is the production process for green hydrogen making the gas emission-free unlike hydrogen steam-reformed from methane. Waste-To-Hydrogen is another smart way to produce it. Be sure and attend the May-12 webinar, Waste-To-Hydrogen.
From Marin County to San Mateo, Los Angeles County, the cities of Lancaster, San Francisco, San Jose and Solana Beach, the path is clear and proven: The quickest, most affordable means of achieving a 100% clean energy future is through Community Choice Energy programs. The Energy Choice Law allows progressive communities to choose competitively priced, emission-free electricity.
Choice and competition are good. The system of regulated monopoly utilities is outdated and slow to respond to innovation and decentralized generation.
It is inflexible, expensive, and biased toward centralized generation. We believe that customers deserve choices: choices that work better for all ratepayers.
To learn more about how Community Choice works click here. In 2011, the San Diego Energy District initiated the Community Choice Energy movement in San Diego.
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