Join us on December 5th at 5:30pm in Bard Hall to kick off the Power San Diego Campaign, a grassroots effort to put an initiative on the November 2024 ballot that would replace SDG&E with a publicly run utility of our electric grid in the City of San Diego.
Register now for the campaign kickoff on Tuesday, Dec 5 and invite your friends!
Can’t come on Dec 5? Sign up here to volunteer.
It’s clear that rapid decarbonization and keeping fossil fuels in the ground won’t happen as long as we’re stuck with SDG&E. It’s time for public, not-for-profit ownership of the electric grid!
Monthly meetings are typically held on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 3:30pm on Zoom at the following link: bit.ly/1stUUClimateJustice
Note: No monthly meeting in December 2023.
At the kickoff, you’ll learn about how a public utility of the electric grid will better serve San Diegans, get answers to your questions about how this kind of public utility would work in practice (and how it’s different from and complementary to San Diego Community Power), and learn how to gather petition signatures to get this initiative on the ballot (petitioning begins December 6th!).
This campaign is for you if you want our energy dollars to power green union jobs, rooftop solar and renewable energy here in San Diego County rather than lining the pockets of Sempra’s investors; and, if you want a local utility to actually lead a rapid transition to a clean energy economy and build out solar and battery storage instead of working to kill rooftop solar and block climate and equity policies.
To create a spiritually grounded, informed, and action-oriented community that provides hope for all living beings through systemic action that stops climate change and heals our planet. For information on climate change, justice and spirituality, and other related groups in San Diego County visit our Climate Info for First UU page.