So your analysis was wrong, you agree. Care to attempt it again with actual efficiencies and true costs?San Diego has rates that are 2X higher in electric prices than NorCal. Super off-peak rates don't kick in here till midnight, and in the winter here most people have to run the heat LONG before that.
The end result is that the cost of energy for electricity is multiples higher than natural gas. When some people in this state already have trouble making ends meet, policies like this WILL push more of them into homelessness.
Edit to add: The piece was about San Jose, not San Diego.. something else to consider with your analysis.