Sempra Energy

NYSE: SRE
$135.56
-$1.39 (-1.0%)
Closing price June 23, 2021
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Some companies are better at changing their business models than others. Sempra Energy is proving that it may be better at changing its operations that its competitors are.
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Sempra Energy has sold its solar assets and one wind project to ConEd for $1.54 billion. The sale is the first after Sempra announced in June that it would be divesting its renewable energy assets.
Energy infrastructure and distribution company Sempra announced this morning that it plans to sell all its U.S. solar and wind interests as the company focuses more on it regulated businesses and its...
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