The dynamics of rooftop solar and its growth in the region pit San Diego Gas & Electric and solar supporters against each another.
The state is hitting some of its targets on big-time solar pledges and pushing for more aggressive standards.
We culled the best stories on the local and national shift to more solar resources – and the hiccups along the way.
Rooftop solar is on the rise in San Diego but the industry’s at a key crossroads that could shift its future.
The mostly private deal that helped the 49ers get a new stadium in Santa Clara wouldn’t pencil out in San Diego.
An NFL VP reiterates that a complex real estate deal to fund a new stadium probably won’t work. With other challenges, this deal is done.
The economic benefits of the Super Bowl aren’t as straightforward as stadium boosters would have you believe.
Over the last two decades, the city has fumbled the ball again and again when it comes to negotiating with the Chargers, leading to millions of dollars in losses and debt, a decrepit stadium and the team threatening to walk away before the lease runs out.
We’ve rounded up answers to some of the most common questions about the Chargers’ quest for a new stadium.
The Chargers may abandon Qualcomm Stadium but the city’s prepared to let a food and beverage company sink $6 million into building upgrades – and taxpayers could be on the hook to pay that company back if team leaves.