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SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC CO.

320 West Mission Road
Escondido, CA 92029-1109
(800) 411-7343

March 2019 ~ Small Business Messaging from SDG&E®

Small Business Customers

You are mindful of your business’s habits related to things like bookkeeping, management, and sales routines. Why not add energy use to that list? Building better habits in your business’s use of energy will help the environment and save you money. For ideas, visit sdge.com/business. #espsdge #keepitgolden

 Enhance your business with better lighting. Take advantage of energy-saving instant rebates on discounted lighting products from local distributors through March 31. Find a distributor ow.ly/Zf8S30nIJ75 #espsdge

Energy costs are highest between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. View your business’s current pricing plan and compare to other options with SDG&E’s Pricing Plan Comparison tool. Choose the best plan depending upon when you use energy most. Watch this video ow.ly/ZhFF30nCDCz #espsdge

Register now for no-cost energy education and training at seminars.sdge.com at SDG&E’s Energy Innovation Center in Clairemont. #espsdge

Enhance your business with better lighting through March 31

There’s never been a better time to upgrade to energy-efficient lighting. With advanced technology that can lower your bills over time, instant rebates make lighting products more affordable. Take advantage of energy-saving instant rebates on discounted lighting products from local distributors through March 31. Products include interior LED troffers, outdoor fixtures, and interior high/low bay fixtures. Find a distributor now at ow.ly/Zf8S30nIJ75

When you upgrade your indoor or outdoor lighting, you’ll receive benefits like great color-rendering, zero UV emissions and better ambiance for your customers. High-bay LEDs are excellent for areas needing a lot of light to cover large areas. LEDs also last longer, are durable and require little maintenance. For more information on SDG&E’s instant lighting rebates, visit sdge.com/instantrebates.

Quick tips to reduce your business’s heating bill 

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) consumes approximately 40% of a building’s electricity. In fact, it’s one of the most significant factors in a business’s operating expenses. That’s why it pays to pinpoint HVAC energy waste and reduce it. Here are 6 ways to help your business become more energy efficient and control costs.

Tip #1: Carefully assess the area around each vent for proper ventilation.

Is the air flowing from the vent circulating freely throughout the room? If there are obstructions that prevent adequate airflow, such as cabinetry or drapes, move them to allow for clear circulation. Don’t keep vents closed as an effort to save energy. Doing so can change the way air is distributed and cause an imbalance to the operation of the HVAC system.

Tips #2: Prevent dust and dirt from building up.

Replace air filters (or clean them if they’re reusable) monthly, especially during peak heating and cooling seasons. Keeping air filters clean can prevent dust and dirt from building up in the system. When dirt builds up, it can lead to expensive maintenance repairs or the need for a new system. Watch for filters that gather excessive dust. This may be a sign of potential leaks in the duct system.

Tip 3: Make sure all the ducts that run throughout your building have duct sealant or metal-backed (foil) tape over the seams and connections.

You can work with a contractor to wrap the ducts in insulation to keep them from getting hot in the summer or cold in the winter. It’s now possible for contractors to perform verified duct sealing using a special fan to test duct system leakage before and after sealing efforts have been made.

Tip #4: Use heat-recovery technology to transfer energy from exhaust air to incoming outside air.

This greatly reduces the energy that’s required to heat or cool incoming air. A qualified contractor can educate you on available recovery technologies. For example, an energy recovery ventilator (ERV) can be a suitable solution for maintaining a comfortable temperature, depending on area location and climate.

Tip #5: Install advanced control sensors to improve a ventilation system’s operating power for energy efficiency.

These controls can count the number of people in a room and then adjust the heat and air conditioning accordingly. When the sensors are integrated into a building’s HVAC system, the advanced controls can reduce energy use by almost 40%.

Tip 6: Replace your old, worn-out HVAC.

If your HVAC system is more than 10 years old, there’s a good chance you’re spending too much to heat and cool your building. Have a professional contractor give your HVAC system a checkup and find out if you should upgrade to high-efficiency ENERGY STAR®-qualified equipment.

Featured Class of the Month: Updates to California Zero Net Energy (ZNE) Action Plan

Want to update your knowledge of Zero Net Energy? Sustainability professionals,
facility managers, architects and engineers are encouraged to attend this intermediate no-cost class. Speaker Beth Brummitt, of Brummitt Energy Associations, has been a regular presenter on topics focused on ZNE since 1998.

This course will center on taking a closer look at the California Commercial Zero Net Energy Action Plan (CZAP) and the zero-net energy renovations in its goals. Beth will walk through where the codes are headed, while experienced industry experts will discuss going through the measurement and verification process with their renovation projects to achieve Zero Net Energy. 

Course Highlights: 
Understand policy goals, rebates and available financing programs
Identify key strategies towards achieving energy goals
Apply M&V planning principles

Date: Wednesday, March 27
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where: SDG&E’s Energy Innovation Center at 4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego 92117.
Check-in is at 8:00 a.m. and includes breakfast.

To register for this class or view others, visit sdge.com/training. You can also call 1.800.644.6133 or email seminars@sdge.com to learn more.

 

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FALLBROOK PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT

P. O. Box 2290
Fallbrook, CA 92088-2290
990 E. Mission Road, Fallbrook
(760) 728-1125
 
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RAINBOW MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT

Water Utility for Rainbow, Bonsall and parts of Fallbrook
3707 Old Highway 395
Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 728-1178
 

 

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FALLBROOK WASTE & RECYCLING

Trash Collection and Hauling ~ Roll-Off Rentals
550 W. Aviation
Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 728-6114
 
 
 
 
 
 
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