SDG&E isn’t the only electricity provider in San Diego and Orange County. While we are responsible for the distribution and transmission of electricity, there are other providers, known as Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs), in the region that purchase electricity on behalf of homes and businesses. To find your electricity provider, choose your community from the list:
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United States v. San Diego Gas & Electric. The Encanto Gas Holder was a natural gas holding station composed of over 9 miles (14 km) of underground 30-inch (760 mm) pipe on about 16 acres (65,000 m 2) of land in Lemon Grove, adjacent to the city of San Diego. First brought online in the mid-1950s, the Encanto Gas Holder was decommissioned in 2000-2001 by San Diego Gas and Electric, Sempra as the agent of SDG&E, and the IT Corporation as the main contractor for the decommissioning. TriState ...
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Approximately 113,000 San Diego Gas & Electric customers who fell behind in paying their energy bills during the initial years of the COVID-19 pandemic recently received debt relief through the California Arrearage Payment Program (CAPP), which erased