The Path to Net Zero
One of the biggest challenges facing the San Diego region and California is how to decarbonize key economic sectors over the next two decades, while also ensuring electric reliability, affordability and equity.
A new study from SDG&E, The Path to Net Zero: A Decarbonization Roadmap for California, offers recommendations for meeting the monumental challenge of achieving carbon neutrality by 2045 – removing as much carbon emissions from the atmosphere as the state produces. While other studies have been published on how to decarbonize California’s economy through electrification of sectors such as transportation and buildings, SDG&E’s study is unique in that it also incorporates for the first time the utility industry standard for reliability using industry-specific planning tools to chart the optimal approach.
2024-2027 Electric and Gas Budget Proposal
Learn more about SDG&E’s 2024-2027 budget proposal submitted to the CPUC and the driving forces that will help safeguard energy reliability against growing climate threats.