March 2016 Spring Forward With Energy Savings!

Times are changing!! Don’t forget to set your clocks one hour ahead when Daylight Saving Time begins on March 13th. Also, SDG&E’s rates will change starting in April 1, 2016.  SDG&E customers will see a new two-tier electric rate structure in their energy bills. For more information about the rate structure and what it means to you, please go to this link: sdge.com/RateReform/

This spring, SDG&E customers can go green by taking advantage of a number of tools to help manage energy use and costs such as:

  • Get rid of the paper!  SDG&E’s My Account is an easy & secure way to manage your energy account online and on your smartphone. With My Account, you can pay bills online, analyze your bill, view your energy use & discover ways to save energy and money in your home. sdge.com/residential/MyAccount
  • This spring, SDG&E wants everything coming up roses in your yard. Building a deck? Planting a tree? Installing a fence or mailbox? Dial 811 before you dig! Why? There are utility lines underground all over San Diego. Watch this video for more information: sdge.com/safety/gas-safety/dial-811-you-dig Remember, dial 811 before you dig.

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