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Energy & Sustainability

  • Climate Action Plan
  • Energy
  • Microgrid
  • Transportation
  • Maritime
Downtown San Diego from Coronado
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Climate Action Plan

A long-term vision for achieving greenhouse gas emission reduction goals.

Solar Panels


Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy will continue to be key initiatives in reducing electricity use and greenhouse gas emissions.

Alternate Energy vehicles


The Port continues to pursue clean transportation options including alternative fueled vehicles, electric vehicle charging, and educational campaigns focused on alternative commuting options for employees and the public.

Alternative fuel truck TAMT


The sustainable goods movement includes initiatives such as shore power, vessel speed reduction, and electric and alternative fueled trucks and equipment.