Some San Diego County residents given option for cleaner, cheaper power

San Diego Community Power provides at least 55 percent of its power from renewable sources such as hydroelectric, solar, wind and geothermal

Residents and businesses in unincorporated areas of San Diego County are being offered an alternative to San Diego Gas & Electric.

By default, SDG&E customers in Ramona, Julian, Wynola, Jamul, Valley Center, Descanso and Borrego Springs will automatically be enrolled in San Diego Community Power’s services unless they opt out by April 1. Opting out will be allowed before and after that date by entering SDG&E billing information online at

San Diego Community Power, based in Liberty Station in San Diego, provides electricity generation services for its customers, not gas services. If customers opt for the new service, SDG&E will continue the transmission and delivery of gas and electric power as well as billing for customers, said Jen Lebron, San Diego Community Power director of public affairs.

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Source: San Diego Union Tribune | Ramona Sentinel

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