Resources and Safety
Guidelines for your Business
SDG&E is committed to supporting the financial health of local businesses, communities and neighborhoods.
Click here for more information about our programs and services to help our residential customers..
We recognize that operating a business can be challenging.We want to help keep your business up and running including avoiding service interruption. Take steps towards regaining your financial health by setting up a payment plan with SDG&E.
Let us help you avoid a service interruption and take steps towards regaining financial health. Set up a payment plan with SDG&E today and rest easy knowing you’re covered.
Small Business* Customers please fill out this information and an energy service specialist will call you back to make a payment arrangement.
Medium & Large Business** Customers are encouraged to call our Business Contact Center at 1-800-336-7343 to establish payment arrangements.
*Small Customers non-residential customers are defined as demand under 20kW monthly for 12 consecutive months, or annual usage is equal to or less than 40,000 kWh, or 10,000 therms annually during the period of March 2019 through February 2020.
Medium and large non-residential customers are defined as demand over 20kW monthly for 12 consecutive months, or annual usage is equal to or more than 40,000 kWh, or 10,000 therms annually during the period of March 2019 through February 2020.
- Accion Southern California offers loans up $250,000
- Black Business Relief Grant for San Diego gives grants to Black-owned businesses
- Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Advance (EIDL) provides up to $10,000 in grants
- Pandemic Unemployment Assistance helps Californians who don’t usually qualify for unemployment benefits like business owners or self-employed workers
- San Diego Small Business Development Center (SDBDC) offers capital assistance programs
- SBA Express Bridge Loans provides small businesses with loans up to $25,000
- SD County COVID-19 Small Business & Nonprofit Loan Program (SBNLP) offers loan amounts between $50,000 to $300,000
Is Your Business on the Right Plan?
Find the right SDG&E pricing plan for your business by using the comparison tool in My Account. You’ll see annual costs estimates based on your past 12 months of electricity use.
Now more than ever, it’s important to do our part to keep our communities and the people and business within them safe. Keep these essential safety tips in mind if your business operates outdoors so you can do so safely, and without interfering with SDG&E’s ability to provide all customers with safe and reliable energy and service.
- Keep at least a 3-foot clearance from utility equipment at all times for readily available access in the event of an emergency or essential maintenance.
- Do not place outdoor dining chairs, tables, parklets and other items on top of underground facilities, or block access to poles and other utility infrastructure.
- If essential operation is required on any electrical facilities, a full 8-foot clearance will be required and all nearby equipment must be readily available to move by an SDG&E employee without any legal actions for damaging equipment owned by the establishment.
- Outside of business hours, all business equipment must be clear of poles, pad-mounted equipment, and subsurface structures as normally identified in the case of emergency or scheduled work.