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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

The Holiday Season Just got Brighter and Smarter for SDG&E Customers

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

SDG&E’s annual LED Holiday Light Exchange is back for the 6th year

This holiday season, SDG&E is continuing their very own holiday tradition by giving their customers the opportunity to exchange up to three strands of holiday lights for energy-efficient, multi-colored LED holiday lights. SDG&E’s LED Holiday Light Exchange is one of the county’s most popular and well-attended events, as last year’s exchanges saw more than 4,300 customers exchange over 12,635 strands of lights.  To date, SDG&E has exchanged 40,885 LED holiday light strands with over 14,000 customers throughout the SDG&E service territory.

For customers to receive their three complimentary light strands, they must bring in old lights and present a copy of their current SDG&E bill or their California ID to one of the 6 exchanges.  The LED lights shine brighter, look great and last up to 100 times longer than the normal incandescent holiday lights. Moreover, the lights save households money on their energy bills, are cool to the touch, reduce fire risk, and safer for use both inside and outside the home. 

Beginning November 20, SDG&E’s six lighting exchanges take place throughout the county. This year’s exchange locations are El Cajon (Nov. 20), Seaport Village (Nov. 26), Balboa Park (Dec. 2 & 3), Chula Vista (Dec. 3) and Escondido (Dec. 4).

As a special incentive, SDG&E representatives are presenting the first 25 people in line to exchange lights with a free Smart power Strip, an energy saving device designed to detect when the electronic item is in standby power mode and stop power-flow to the outlet.

To see the complete list of locations and program details, visit sdge.com/LEDs.

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