Sempra Foundation helps bring cleaner cookstoves to Indigenous and environmental justice communities across Mexico
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 21, 2023 — Sempra Foundation, founded and funded by Sempra, is helping to advance energy access and emissions reductions for environmental justice and indigenous communities in Mexico through a $1.1 million donation to Tijuana, Baja California-based nonprofit Fundación Mozcalti to provide these communities with cleaner cookstoves and other clean energy assets.
Sempra Foundation and GRID Alternatives advance energy access for orphans and migrant youth in Mexico
SAN DIEGO, Aug. 16, 2022 — Sempra Foundation, founded by Sempra, and GRID Alternatives announced the completion of multiple solar energy installations designed to help provide access to clean renewable power for environmental and economic justice communities in northern Baja California, Mexico. The solar installations serve as onsite power sources for several organizations including Rancho de los Niños, an orphanage near Ensenada, and YMCA Menores Migrantes, a youth migrant shelter in Tijuana.
Sempra Foundation donates more than $350,000 to Grid Alternatives to help advance energy access in tribal communities
SAN DIEGO and OAKLAND, Calif., Dec. 13, 2021 — Sempra Foundation, founded by Sempra, has donated more than $350,000 to GRID Alternatives to help advance energy access in California tribal communities by developing, financing and implementing solar power projects. About 200 kilowatts of solar capacity will be installed at single-family residences and apartment buildings at four reservations in San Diego County and Bishop, California, supporting more than 200 tribal members.
Sempra Foundation and GRID Alternatives announce contribution to solar projects intended to improve energy access in Mexico
SAN DIEGO and OAKLAND, Calif., Sept. 21, 2021 — Sempra Foundation, founded by Sempra, today announced a charitable contribution of more than $200,000 to GRID Alternatives to install five grid-tied solar projects on community buildings and off-grid solar projects benefitting 40 families in Mexico. The projects are intended to help improve energy access for vulnerable communities with environmental justice concerns in the country.