August 2019 Residential Messaging from SDG&E®

Article 1: Considering an electric vehicle? If not, you should be. Here’s why:

If you’re considering switching to cleaner, greener energy, we support EV drivers with special programs. And if you’re not, these facts might just change your mind.

  1. There’s an EV for every lifestyle 
    With more than 35 models of plug-in cars, there’s one that’s right for you—and SDG&E can help you find it!
  2. Charging is convenient.
    Skip the trip to the gas station and charge your car while you’re asleep. If you can plug in an appliance, you already know how to charge an EV.
  3. Pay less at the plug with a special price.
    SDG&E offers a special pricing plan to help EV drivers save money. Program your EV to charge during super off-peak hours (midnight-6 a.m.) for the cheapest electricity price.
  4. Who doesn’t love cleaner air?
    With about 45 percent of our region’s grid made up of renewable energy (and no coal), it makes sense for the environment – especially since full electric cars produce zero emissions.
  5. They’re eligible for generous rebates and benefits.
    Most new EVs are eligible for a $7,500 federal tax incentive, a $2,500 state rebate and single occupant access to the carpool lane.
  6. EVs got the moves!
    EV drivers get high performance, quick acceleration, and a quiet comfortable ride.

Article 2: Wildfire season is here. Here’s how you can be prepared.

Wildfires, earthquakes and flooding all pose serious risks to our community. Though we can’t eliminate the threat of these emergency situations entirely, we can help you prepare for them. Here are 3 actions you can take today to get you started:

  1. Create a personalized emergency supply kit for your home, car and office. You never know where you will be in the event of an emergency.
  2. Develop an emergency plan for you and your family. Be prepared for the unexpected.
  3. Update your contact information so you can stay informed. Be emergency-ready. Be prepared to keep yourself and your family safe.

Visit today to make any changes to your personal information and learn more about what you can do to keep you and your family safe. Also, you’ll be able to explore some of the projects SDG&E is working on now to keep you and the community safe.

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