Sempra, Entergy to Advance Renewable Energy in South Texas

Sempra already has some facilities in development in the area where Entergy already services 486,000 customers in Southeast Texas including its proposed Port Arthur Pipeline Louisiana Connector.

Hart Energy July 2022 - Sempra Entergy Partnership to Advance Renewable Energy in South Texas

The collaboration includes an implementation schedule for renewable energy procurement that would supply Sempra Infrastructure affiliated facilities, subject to approval by the Public Utility Commission of Texas. (Source: Sempra Infrastructure)

Sempra, a subsidiary of its eponymous parent company, already has some facilities in development in the area where Entergy already services 486,000 customers in Southeast Texas. The non-binding arrangement announced July 26 allows the two firms to work collaboratively to achieve sustainability goals.

“Sempra Infrastructure has greenhouse-gas reduction goals for our facilities through the utilization of lower-carbon technologies, including electrification of key processes, carbon dioxide sequestration and the use of cost-effective renewable energy,” said Martin Hupka, president of LNG and net-zero solutions at Sempra.

The collaboration includes an implementation schedule for renewable energy procurement that would supply Sempra Infrastructure affiliated facilities, subject to approval by the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

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