A view of the SDG&E building being shot at in Kearny Mesa. Courtesy of NBC San Diego broadcast.
A view of the SDG&E building being shot at in Kearny Mesa. Courtesy of NBC San Diego broadcast.

San Diego Gas & Electric Wednesday announced the launch of a website that displays energy-efficient products like appliances and lighting that are offered for sale by third-party retailers.

The front page — sdgemarketplace.com — provides information on $100 in incentives; featured products like a front-load washer, smart thermostat and 80-gallon water heater; and product recommendations.

“SDG&E is among the first utilities in the nation to launch this type of online tool,” said Caroline Winn, the utility’s chief energy delivery officer.

“The marketplace tool is another leadership opportunity to use technology to better serve and inform our customers about energy products available,” Winn said. “Choosing the energy-efficiency products that are right for you can take time and be confusing. The SDG&E Marketplace makes it easy and empowers our customers to choose the products that help them save electricity and money.”

The site also displays items that save water.

—City News Service