Innovation

What’s next in clean transportation?

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Transportation is a key enabler of economic activity. However, it’s also the largest contributor of greenhouse gas emissions in California, in addition to being a major source of air pollution. At Sempra, we’re making great strides to help electrify vehicles and transition the world to cleaner transportation.

Sempra Named ‘Utility of the Year’ by SAP

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At Sempra, we believe decarbonization, diversification and digitalization underpin the energy transition and build resiliency. Embracing new technologies across our family of companies helps us operate with excellence and serve more than 36 million consumers.

Recently, Sempra was recognized with the System Applications (SAP) Utility of the Year Award for Sempra’s world-class performance utilizing several SAP technologies.

Prioritizing Investments in Critical Transmission and Distribution Infrastructure

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Transmission and distribution (T&D) infrastructure serves a critical role transporting electricity from power plants to residential and commercial customers. Without T&D lines, power cannot be delivered, including from wind and solar plants often located hundreds or thousands of miles from urban centers with high electricity demand.

Supporting Clean Transportation Through Utility Infrastructure

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At Sempra Energy, we deliver energy with purpose to over 35 million customers. There is a critical need to build a new global energy system by the middle of the century to advance the energy transition, which includes decarbonizing the industrial, power generation and transportation sectors.

Using Waste to Generate Energy

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At Sempra and across our family of companies, we innovate to improve the potential of our energy systems, including natural gas. Natural gas infrastructure can support a more continuous use of resources and reduce waste by repurposing methane emissions from the decomposition of organic matter in our waste streams.