San Diego Gas & Electric customers help provide power solutions through demand exchange

Under a unique program funded by the California Energy Commission, these customers voluntarily reduced their energy usage for four hours and received a financial incentive for delivering their “negawatts” into the local power grid.


By Kate Thomas
OGJ Online Staff

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