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A letter from our chief sustainability officer

May 13, 2024
... economic prosperity. As one of the largest operators of energy grids in North America, we are energized by our opportunity to help enable safer, healthier and more prosperous communities. We imagine a future increasingly resilient to severe weather, ...

Record-breaking investments reported in sustainable energy

April 2, 2024
... rgy in America Factbook. Published by BloombergNEF (BNEF), the report notes the progress is due to increased investments from the private industry and government — including projects bolstered by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the Inf ...

Sempra’s strategy drives 5-year capital plan increase

February 28, 2024
... increase from the previous capital plan.1 “Strong projected growth in Sempra’s core markets of California, Texas, Mexico and the global energy market is driving a substantial increase in our five-year capital plan,” Sedgwick said. “Expanding ou ...

Advancing energy collaboration with Japan

December 13, 2023
... backdrop of geopolitical uncertainty around the world, business and government leaders from the United States and Japan convened in Tokyo this fall to discuss shared commitments toward decarbonization and energy security and outline a collaborative p ...

Meeting energy demand in Texas

December 8, 2023
... emperatures this past summer, energy demand is expected only to increase in Texas, requiring industry leaders to harness the sun and wind to consistently deliver safe and reliable energy. The Texas demand The Texas Demographic Center, which is ...

How can hydrogen help decarbonize economies?

October 17, 2023
... California and Texas, where Sempra companies have vast energy networks and are well-positioned to help develop the clean hydrogen economy. More than $1 billion is expected to be allocated to the Alliance for Renewable Clean Hydrogen Energy System ...

Tackling energy poverty with Switch Energy Alliance

June 8, 2023
... e years, Meena said there is still more work to be done. “Being from a developing part of the world, I have witnessed frequent power cuts throughout my childhood,” Meena said. “Rural parts of India still get limited access to electricity. Further, ...