About 40% of spending was related to various businesses
San Diego, March 8, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) Injection $2.4 billion Enter the economy in 2022 through the purchase of goods and services that support the mission of providing clean, safe and reliable energy services to the region’s 3.7 million residents. Of that amount $964 million This far exceeds the 22% target set by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).
Nearly half of SDG&E diversified business spending, or $470 millionwas with local businesses San Diego region. About 87% of SDG&E Diverse Suppliers Californiafurther contributing to the growth of the economy of what is now the fourth largest state in the world.
Details and highlights of our suppliers and various spending categories can be found in SDG&E’s newly released annual report. Supplier Diversity Report.
SDG&E states: CEO Caroline Wynn“Our diverse suppliers have contributed to our ongoing efforts to build a safer, climate-resilient energy future.”
SDG&E’s Supplier Diversity Program reflects one of the company’s core values of creating opportunity and empowering people through diversity, equity and inclusion.
“I have been an SDG&E vendor for nine years and have seen firsthand their extraordinary efforts to provide opportunities for small and diverse businesses. Teena Dearing, CEO and owner of TeeDeeUAS. “Through this program, my company became the lead his consultant for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and the first supplier of SDG&E’s UAS program he UAS pilots.”
Diverse suppliers support key SDG&E business areas such as electricity and gas construction and operations. One of the reasons for SDG&E’s success is the renewed enthusiasm of our employees to advocate for our diverse suppliers. Our inclusive culture empowers individuals at all levels of the company to drive change by advocating for and supporting diversity in our supply chain.
For over 10 years, SDG&E employees who have been Supplier Diversity Champion Ambassadors have taken an active role in seeking out and mentoring new and diverse suppliers so they can be competitive and grow into a prime contractor role. I’m trying
Below is a breakdown of SDG&E 2022 spending by various industries.
- Minority Enterprise (MBE): $467.2 million or 19.26%
- Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE): $394.3 million or 16.26%
- Disabled Veterans Enterprise (DVBE): $94 million or 3.87%
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Enterprises (LGBTE): $8.6 million or 0.36%
SDG&E is innovative San DiegoAn energy company that improves people’s lives by providing clean, safe and reliable energy. San Diego and the south orange county. The company is committed to creating a sustainable future by providing electricity from renewable sources. Modernization of natural gas pipelines. Accelerate adoption of electric vehicles. Supports dozens of non-profit partners. And we will invest in innovative technologies to ensure reliable operation of the region’s infrastructure for future generations. SDG&E is a subsidiary of Sempra (NYSE: SRE). For more information, see: SDGEnews.com Or connect with SDG&E on Twitter (@SDGE), Instagram (@SDGE) and Facebook.
Source San Diego Gas and Electric