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Goals and results

Goals and results

Met Met Partly in progress Partly/in progress Did not meet Did not meet

2015 Goals1Status2015 Results2016 Goals
Emissions reduction
Decrease our CO2 emissions rate by at least 10 percent by 2016 compared to a 2010 baselineMetDecreased rate by 11 percentDecrease our CO2 emissions rate by at least 10 percent by 2016 compared to a 2010 baseline
Renewable energy
Provide an average of 25 percent of customers’ electricity from renewable sources of energy by 2016 and 33 percent by 2020 (SDG&E)MetProvided 35.2 percent2 from renewable sources of energyProvide an average of 25 percent of customers’ electricity from renewable sources of energy by 2016 and 33 percent by 2020 (SDG&E)
Invest in 2,028 megawatts of renewable power by 2018 (Sempra U.S. Gas & Power)Partly in progressCompleted 308 megawatts, bringing the company’s jointly-owned operating renewables portfolio up to
1,875 megawatts – and started construction on an additional 422 megawatts – during 2015.
Invest in 2,028 megawatts of renewable power by 2018 (Sempra U.S. Gas & Power)
Energy efficiency
Achieve the following through customer energy efficiency programs (SDG&E): Saved:Achieve the following through customer energy efficiency programs (SDG&E):
221 gigawatt-hours in energy savingsMet331 gigawatt-hours324 gigawatt-hours in energy savings
41 megawatts of demand reductionMet71 megawatts57 megawatts of demand reduction
2.2 million therms of natural gas saved.Did not meet1.8 million therms3.2 million therms of natural gas saved.
Achieve the following through customer energy efficiency programs (SoCalGas): Saved:Achieve the following through customer energy efficiency programs (SoCalGas):
25.3 million therms of natural gas savedMet25.5 million therms29.1 million therms of natural gas saved
Reduce facility electricity consumption 20 percent (per square foot) by 2015 compared to a 2003 baseline (SDG&E)MetReduced consumption 29.5 percentReduce facility electricity consumption compared to 2015 usage (SDG&E)
Reduce facility electricity consumption 5 percent by 2015 compared to a 2003 baseline (SoCalGas)MetReduced consumption 10 percentReduce facility electricity consumption 5 percent in 2016 compared 2015 (SoCalGas)
 Water consumption
Reduce employee-occupied facility water consumption 20 percent by 2015 compared to a 2010 baseline (SDG&E)MetReduced consumption 36 percentReduce facility water consumption compared to 2015 levels. (SDG&E)
Reduce employee-occupied facility water consumption 5 percent in 2015 compared to a 2007 baseline (SoCalGas)MetReduced consumption 27 percentReduce facility water consumption 5 percent compared to a 2007 baseline. (SoCalGas)
 Planning for the future
Install 6 million natural gas smart meters by 2017 (SoCalGas)Partly in progress4.6 million meters installedInstall 6 million natural gas smart meters by 2017 (SoCalGas)
 Safety
Achieve a consolidated recordable incident rate3 of 2.51 cases per 100 full-time workers MetAchieved rate of 2.01 casesAchieve a consolidated recordable incident rate3 of 2.31 cases per 100 full-time workers
 Electric reliability4
Limit average duration of electricity outages (SAIDI) to:  Limit average duration of electricity outages (SAIDI) to:
60 minutes (SDG&E)Met57.92 minutes60 minutes (SDG&E)
553 minutes (Chilquinta Energía)Did not meet871.5 minutes 553 minutes (Chilquinta Energía)
390 minutes (Luz del Sur)Did not meet643.1 minutes643.1 minutes (Luz del Sur)
Limit average number of electricity outages (SAIFI) to:  Limit average number of electricity outages (SAIFI) to:
0.51 outages (SDG&E)Did not meet0.53 outages0.51 outages (SDG&E)
5.11 outages (Chilquinta Energía)Met4.66 outages5.11 outages (Chilquinta Energía)
3.00 outages (Luz del Sur)Met2.9 outages2.9 outages (Luz del Sur)
Customer assistance programs
Enroll 90 percent of eligible customers in California Alternate Rates for Energy program (SDG&E)Did not meetEnrolled 73 percentEnroll 90 percent of eligible customers in the California Alternate Rates for Energy program (SDG&E)
Enroll 90 percent of eligible customers in California Alternate Rates for Energy program (SoCalGas)Did not meetEnrolled 82 percentEnroll 90 percent of eligible customers in California Alternate Rates for Energy program (SoCalGas)
Weatherize 20,316 homes through the Energy Savings Assistance Program (SDG&E)Did not meetWeatherized 20,209 homesWeatherize 20,316 homes through the Energy Savings Assistance Program (SDG&E)
Weatherize 136,836 homes through the Energy Savings Assistance Program (SoCalGas)Did not meetWeatherized 80,316 homesWeatherize 136,836 homes through the Energy Savings Assistance Program (SoCalGas)
Diverse Business Enterprises (DBEs)
Achieve 40 percent in spending with diverse business enterprises (DBEs) (SDG&E)MetAchieved 43 percentAchieve 40 percent in spending with diverse business enterprises (DBEs) (SDG&E)
Achieve at least 35 percent in spending with diverse business enterprises (DBEs) (SoCalGas)MetAchieved 45 percentAchieve at least 38 percent in spending with diverse business enterprises (DBEs) (SoCalGas)
Philanthropy
Contribute 1 percent of annual pretax income to our communitiesMetContributed 1.1 percentContribute 1 percent of annual pretax income to our communities
Provide 65 percent of Sempra Energy’s philanthropic contributions in California to underserved and communities of colorMet72.8 percent to under-served and communities of colorProvide 65 percent of Sempra Energy’s philanthropic contributions in California to underserved and communities of color

1 If goal is not Sempra-wide, the relevant subsidiary is indicated in parentheses.
2 Based on SDG&E’s RPS compliance reporting and subject to CPUC revision.
3 Goal includes not only employees, but also contractors at our utilities in Mexico, Chile and Peru, where they perform a very substantial proportion of the work.
4 System operating conditions, electric reliability performance and methodology for calculating performance vary significantly from country to country.