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. ow.ly/ju8130lzOmZ #PrepareNow #espsdge

Save yourself a phone call and use online options for information on planned and unplanned power outages. ow.ly/idKQ30lueM7 #espsdge

Stay in-the-know. Take steps to keep your home and family safe from fire. ow.ly/9a0j30lzOzi#espsdge #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 home.ow.ly/yFLB30lzOHx #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 ow.ly/l4L130lzONc. #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 wastenowater.org 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