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Please join SDG&E for its annual Energy Showcase Expo on Tuesday, May 13, at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. The Expo is SDG&E’s biggest annual event displaying the latest cutting-edge energy efficiency and demand response technologies featuring over 75 local, national and international exhibitors. The Energy Solutions Center (ESC) returns to serve as a resource for business customers to get their energy questions answered and more. Bring your account number and the ESC can show you how to use My Account to track your energy usage online. Also back by popular demand is an expanded electric vehicle display. It includes oversized commercial vehicles with a ‘ride-n-drive’ allowing attendees to test drive electric vehicles. Visit sdge.com/energyshowcase to register for this event.
Team up with The Climate Registry and SDG&E® to take action on climate change. Reduce your business’s carbon footprint by participating in select SDG&E energy efficiency programs. You will be able to measure, report and reduce your GHG emissions resulting in lower energy costs. You may be eligible for financial assistance too. Benefits may also include a media campaign, such as a published success story, highlighting your environmental leadership. To see if your business qualifies, call SDG&E’s Energy Savings Center at 1-800-644-6133 or visit sdge.com/coolplanet.
The Direct Install Program provides free services including energy assessments, equipment upgrades and installation. One of our contractors will evaluate your energy use, identify energy-saving opportunities, and may install energy-efficient equipment upgrades at no cost. Free upgrades can include: fluorescent lighting, refrigeration and occupancy sensors. Interested? Email us at email@example.com, visit SDGE.com/DirectInstall or call 1.800.644.6133.
SDG&E continues to work towards California’s goal of having all utilities obtain at least 33% of their electricity purchases from renewable sources by 2020. Renewable energy costs more than traditional sources of energy, which results in rising electric rates. To help ease the effect of higher rates on your operating budget, SDG&E offers a variety of solutions to lower your energy use and help manage energy costs. Call SDG&E’s Energy Savings Center at 1-800-644-6133 or visit sdge.com/business to find the best energy solutions for your business.
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