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or Transfer Service

Whether you’re new to San Diego,
moving away, or just moving neighborhoods,
you can start, stop, or move service online.

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Get to know your Electricity Providers

SDG&E isn't the only electricity provider in San Diego and Orange County. While we are responsible for the delivery of electricity and other services, there are other providers, known as Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs), in the region that purchase electricity on behalf of homes and businesses.

You can learn more about CCAs here.

To find your electricity provider, choose your community from the list:


Metallic Balloons

Never Release Metallic Balloons

Celebrate safely and prevent an outage by keeping metallic balloons (also known as Mylar Balloons) away from power lines.

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Fixed Rate Charge

A Change to Your Electric Bills

To increase transparency and make energy use more affordable, CA utilities are changing how residential customers are billed.

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Giving Impact Snapshot

2023 Giving Impact Snapshot

From our $10 million Community Assistance Fund to thousands of volunteer hours, get a snapshot of our community impact in 2023.

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Play It Safe - Metallic Balloons

When metallic balloons meet power lines, they can cause outages or even start fires. Always pop them when you’re done celebrating!

How SDG&E Works with CCAs

Most SDG&E customers are also customers of a Community Choice Aggregator. See how we both work to provide clean, safe energy.

Call 811 Before You Dig!

Gas and electric lines can be located anywhere. Stay safe by calling 811 before any projects that involve digging.