The Port of San Diego and SDG&E are pursuing an energy management plan that seeks to head off a new rate structure that would translate into power costs that are four to five times higher and a one-third reduction in cruise ship visits, according to an analysis. Photo courtesy of the Unified Port of San Diego

The Port of San Diego and SDG&E are pursuing an energy management plan that seeks to head off a new rate structure that would translate into power costs that are four to five times higher and a one-third reduction in cruise ship visits, according to an analysis. Photo courtesy of the Unified Port of San Diego

— The Port of San Diego and SDG&E embarked on a proposed energy management plan that looks to shield cruise ships from a potential five-fold increase in power costs, among other big goals...

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