Programs & Projects
Street Light Workgroup (Formerly Peer To Peer)
Lighting Surveyors under a Broad Spectrum Street Light
Lighting Surveyors under a Narrow Spectrum High Pressure Sodium Street Light
In the Peer to Peer Program, the City of San Diego works with SDG&E, the local municipalities including the City of Chula Vista to share information and resources with other local public agencies. These agencies may then develop successful energy conservation and energy efficiency programs in their own jurisdictions using proved and tested tools and best practices.
The Peer to Peer program is just one our partnerships run by the City of San Diego that are funded with Public Goods Funds that are processed through SDG&E. Every energy customer pays public goods charges. The California Public Utilities Commission uses this funding to promote energy conservation and energy efficiency throughout the State. The City of San Diego is currently recapturing this funding to reinvest in energy programs in our city between 2009 and 2011.
- City Council Ordinance (PDF) - Aug. 3, 2010
- Proposed Broad Spectrum Lighting (and other projects) - May 4, 2010 (PDF)
- City Council Resolution (PDF) - Feb. 24, 2010
- Advanced Street Lighting Technologies Assessment (PDF) - Jan. 4, 2010
- Proposed Broad Spectrum Street Lighting Project (PDF) - Dec. 2, 2009
- Street Lighting Emerging Technology
- Analysis of Street Light Life Cycles (XLS)
Additional information will be posted as it becomes available.