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  • Olivenhain Municipal Water District
    (760) 753-6466
    1966 Olivenhain Rd, Encinitas, CA 92024, United States

    OMWD is a municipal water district organized and operating pursuant to Water Code Sections 71000 et seq., and was incorporated on April 9, 1959, to develop an adequate water supply for landowners and residents. On June 14, 1960, residents of OMWD voted to become a member of the San Diego County Water Authority, thus becoming eligible to purchase water transported into San Diego County via the massive aqueducts of SDCWA and its wholesaler, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. At over 48 square miles, OMWD serves approximately 84,000 customers in Encinitas, Carlsbad, San Diego, San Marcos, Solana Beach, and neighboring communities.
    8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

  • OpTerra Energy Services
    (619) 241-4673
    201 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Suite 480 Solana Beach, CA, United States

    Construction, Engineering , Enerty Services.
    OpTerra is an engineering, design-build construction firm, delivering turn-key innovative programs that save money, generate revenue, improve assets, protect the environment and guarantee results.
    OpTerra is a pioneer in advancing the sustainable energy economy, energizing opportunity and building positive impact for the communities, institutions and businesses we serve.

    Starting as a core group of engineers with a handful of patents, OpTerra has become a national energy company with a rich history of industry leadership and high performance. 40 years of practice unifying strong legacy companies, from Consumers Energy to PG&E, Bluestone, and Chevron, have allowed us to evolve with our customers and become a leader in energy efficiency, renewables, and infrastructure development. Now, OpTerra is a subsidiary of ENGIE, the number one energy efficiency services provider in the world, which manages a range of energy companies across 70 countries to take on the major energy challenges of transitioning to a low carbon economy. As a key part of ENGIE’s reach in North America, OpTerra provides a unique and extensive set of energy and sustainability management services to thousands of customers across the U.S.

    We are proud of our past and where we are headed in the future – thousands of customer projects, $2 billion and growing in energy savings for our customers, and sustainable, positive change in the diverse regions in which we work. What comes next for us is always driven by our bigger purpose – a mission to use comprehensive energy programs to power progress that transforms the places we live, work, and play throughout the nation.

    There are opportunities in almost every facility to reduce energy consumption and energy cost. Our teams are dedicated to building comprehensive technical scopes that are unique to our customers’ energy needs, allowing our partners to save valuable finances and other resources that can be redirected to address other, mission-critical business priorities.

  • San Diego Gas & Electric SDG&E
    (800) 411-7343
    2604 El Camino Real, Carlsbad, CA 92008, United States

    Company Facts

    SDG&E is a regulated public utility that provides energy service to 3.6 million people through 1.4 million electric meters and 873,000 natural gas meters in San Diego and southern Orange counties. Our service area spans 4,100 square miles.

    We employ more than 4,000 people who work every day to deliver the energy our customers need.
    Our Parent Company

    Sempra Energy is a San Diego-based Fortune 500 energy services holding company whose subsidiaries provide electricity, natural gas and value-added products and services.

    San Diego Gas & Electric and Southern California Gas Co. are Sempra Energy’s regulated California utilities.

    When five San Diegans met in the parlor of the Consolidated Bank on April 18, 1881, to incorporate the San Diego Gas Company, they formed a successful enterprise that would serve a fledgling city whose population had just passed 3,000. They quickly asked that the city trustees authorize the purchase of 25 street lamp posts, the first ones to be maintained for public use.

    Over 130 years later, San Diego’s 99,000 plus street lights would serve the eighth largest city in the country. Could they have believed that their company’s gas customers would grow from an original 89 to 775,000 and electric customers from none to three million?

  • Sempra Energy
    (619) 696-2000
    488 Eighth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, USA

    With 17,000 employees, the Sempra Energy companies develop energy infrastructure, operate utilities, and provide related products and services to more than 32 million consumers worldwide.

    Review & Outlook

    Sempra Energy is implementing a strategic growth plan focused upon its electric and gas utilities, natural gas infrastructure and renewable energy.

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