SDG&E wants to add a peaker plant to the region’s energy resources. The proposed plant, shown in a rendering, would be built in Otay Mesa and provide energy during high-demand situations.

SDG&E wants to add a peaker plant to the region’s energy resources. The proposed plant, shown in a rendering, would be built in Otay Mesa and provide energy during high-demand situations.

San Diego Gas & Electric says it has sufficient power generation to meet the region’s needs, even without the San Onofre nuclear power plant, but it’s obviously hedging its bets by seeking approval for a natural gas peaker plant in Otay Mesa, one that state power regulators denied in March...

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