Stay in the Know — Peak energy use hours are now 4 pm to 9 pm.

Disasters don’t plan ahead… but you can! September is National Preparedness Month. Ensure your emergency preparedness kit is up-to-date. #PrepareNow #espsdge

Save yourself a phone call and use online options for information on planned and unplanned power outages. #espsdge

Stay in-the-know. Take steps to keep your home and family safe from fire. #PrepareNow

Peak energy use hours are now 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. You pay the highest energy costs because the grid has to work the hardest to meet demand.  Learn no-cost and low-cost tips to save energy at #espsdge

Avoid surprises with your energy bill. Get an alert when your bill is on the rise. Set your preference to receive alerts via text, email or phone. Subscribe at #espsdge

Did you know that the City of San Diego offers a rebate of up to $2,000 per property to eligible homeowners? The rebate covers the cost of a new indoor pressure-reducing valve. For eligibility terms and program guidelines, visit or call 619-533-4126. #espsdge

Reduce costs, conserve energy, keep cool. Clear the area around your AC. It operates better if it has plenty of room to breathe. #espsdge

Chill your bill. The quickest way to save energy on home cooling is to regularly clean and replace your filter. #espsdge

Be cool and comfortable. Block out the sun by adding layers to your windows and closing your shades in the summer. #espsdge


Save your energy during the summer – you’re already drained as it is. Cool down by dunking your feet in cold water before bed. #DoYourThing #espsdge 



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