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Energy Seminar: Meeting the Goals of SB 100 – Jane C.S. Long

The SB 100 Pathways Project explored various options for eliminating carbon dioxide from electricity in CA by 2045 and assessed each option’s feasibility with respect to cost, reliability and security of electric supply, as well as the required rate of infrastructure deployment for each strategy.  The models show that meeting this future demand reliably with resources restricted to solar, wind, battery storage would be the costliest option, up to 15 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh) for all generation, storage, and transmission costs.

Energy Seminar: Chevron Climate Change Resilience: Advancing a Lower-Carbon Future

Affordable, reliable, ever-cleaner energy is essential to achieve a more prosperous and sustainable world. Reducing the carbon intensity of the energy that billions of people rely on every day is a tremendous opportunity to advance the global net zero ambitions of the Paris Agreement. At Chevron, we use our unique capabilities, assets and expertise to deliver progress toward the global net zero ambitions of the Paris agreement. Our approach focuses on actions and investments in three core action areas that can deliver measurable progress for today and the future.

Energy Seminar: SoCalGas Commitment to Net-Zero Emissions by 2045, Michelle Sim

Mid-century net-zero targets are abundant these days. But there are a few industries where this type of goal would seemingly be contrary to what is thought to be their core business. On March 23, 2021, SoCalGas became the largest gas distribution utility in the nation as they set a net-zero target across its operations and delivery of energy by 2045. Michelle Sim, Director of Sustainability, will discuss sustainability and their climate commitment to 2045; what it means to them, what it means to their 22 million customers, and what it means to the 500+ communities they serve.


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