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Energy Supply in San Diego: How Sustainable are we?

San Diego County gets our electricity from two very long transmission lines and the new Sunrise powerlink. We are building large solar in the Imperial valley and wind farms along our mountain ridges. At the same time thousands of homeowners and commercial owners are installing solar PV on rooftops, generating power right at the user. SDG&E reached the 20% renewable standard last year, and is pushing toward 33% by 2020. Our region is blessed with renewable potential - but do we import it, build distributed generation, or both?

Join us as we hear from San Diego Gas & Electric and California Center for Sustainable Energy experts on power in the Southern California region.

tom brill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tom Brill

SDG&E Director of Strategic Planning

len hering

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Len Hering

Director, California Center for Sustainable Energy

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  • Ted

    80% probability of attending

    April 8, 2013

  • Peter M.

    This will have 2 outstanding presentors to help us understand the current energy supply system and what's possible in the coming decades.

    April 5, 2013

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