August 2016 Earn Energy Savings

According to a state report, there could be a need for greater than normal energy conservation across Southern California on as many as 14 days this summer, mostly in the Los Angeles area. Since the power grid is interconnected throughout the state, SDG&E customers may be asked to help by reducing their energy use. Sign up to get an alert when conservation is needed. Review your information and sign up for alerts at

Looking for other ways to conserve and earn energy savings? 

  • Set some Olympic-sized goals for your home! SDG&E’s Energy Management Tools provide details about your home's energy use to build an energy-saving action plan that's suitable for you and your home.
  • During these dog days of summer, learn about SDG&E’s My Account and unleash the energy savings! My Account is your one-stop shop for your household’s energy information and services. Even if you’re not paying your bill online, you can still use My Account to see a forecast of your energy bill, manage your energy use, schedule service appointments and much more. If you're not already a My Account user, it's really easy to sign up. Be sure to have your latest SDG&E bill handy and go to:
  • It’s too hot, too hot...earn bill credits by saving electricity during certain high-use times with Reduce Your UseSM Rewards! Enroll in alerts and then save enough electricity between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. on a Reduce Your UseSM Rewards day and you may earn credits on your SDG&E bill. Also, Single-family homes with wi-fi and central A/C may qualify for a free ecobee™ smart thermostat. This thermostat allows you to control your thermostat remotely through your mobile device or computer. Find out more at
  • Some like it hot but if you don’t here are some quick tips to save on cooling & other energy costs w/these 1-minute videos at ‪! ‬‬‬


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