Sempra celebrates its 25th year of business of one of North America's energy infrastructure companies.
"Over the past 25 years, we have been connecting people to safer, more reliable, and cleaner energy sources, empowering communities and providing value to shareholders, while also driving growth in some of North America's largest economic markets," said Jeffrey W. Martin, chairman, and chief executive officer of Sempra.
On June 29, 1998, Sempra was established by merging two utilities with a rich history: Pacific Enterprises and Enova Corporation. These companies served as the parent organizations for Southern California Gas Co. and San Diego Gas & Electric Co., respectively, operating for over a century.
Over the years, Sempra has grown to cater to nearly 40 million consumers in California, Texas, and Mexico. Its diverse portfolio encompasses high-quality utilities and long-term contracted energy infrastructure assets, cultivated over 25 years.
Today, Sempra's three growth platforms — Sempra California, Sempra Texas and Sempra Infrastructure — are building modern infrastructure to deliver electricity and cleaner fuels to some of North America's economies.
Together, these growth platforms serve the common purpose of helping to meet the world's expanding decarbonization and energy security goals.