Greenhouse Gas Calculation Training - A 2-Part Webinar on July 21 &  Aug 4

Greenhouse Gas Calculation Training - A 2-Part Webinar on July 21 & Aug 4

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Join PG&E, BuildOUT California and AGC of California for a two-part highly interactive Webinar addressing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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PG&E’s Supply Chain Responsibility team, BuildOUT California, and AGC of California invite you to attend a two-part highly interactive webinar to provide the basics needed to calculate Greenhouse Gas Emissions and understand how to reduce emissions.

SESSION 1: July 21, 2021 9-10:30am PDT

What are Greenhouse Gas Emissions?

Why we need to reduce them

Learn what information you need to calculate your company’s previous year Greenhouse Gas Emissions

SESSION 2: August 4, 2021 9-10:30am PDT

Use your company data to calculate your Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Understand how to set environmental reduction goals

Learn about PG&E’s business programs to help reduce energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions


“Real World” practice calculating Greenhouse Gas Emissions for your company

Resources to help in the calculation processSubject Matter Experts available to answer questions


Company Executives

Office and Operations Managers

Fleet Management, Environmental, Healthy, & Safety representatives


Webinars will be broadcast on the LiveWebinar platform

Registrants will receive webinar login links 24 hours prior to the start of these 2 sessions

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Tiffany Rodriguez

Tiffany Rodriguez is a Manager of Supply Chain Responsibility at PG&E. She has worked in the utility industry for 20 years and has held positions in customer service, renewable energy, sourcing, and supplier diversity. Presently, she manages a team focused on PG&E’s Supply Chain Environmental Sustainability, Ethical Sourcing, and Supplier Diversity program enablement. The team works to reduce environmental footprint via product and service strategies, drive supplier environmental sustainability improvements as well as engaging suppliers to maintain conformance to PG&E’s supplier code of conduct. She led the creation of an innovative supplier training on greenhouse gas emissions accounting. Tiffany received her undergraduate degree in Global Leadership and Management and her MBA focused in Supply Chain, both from Arizona State University. Also, she holds certificates as Certified Professional in Supply Management and Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity from the Institute of Supply Management among other professional certifications.

Alejandro Serrudo

Alejandro Serrudo joined the Supplier Diversity and Sustainability team at PG&E on May 2015. He is an Industrial Engineer with an MBA and brings to PG&E over a decade of national/international business consulting and strategic sourcing experience. As Principal at PG&E, he currently supports the supplier diversity initiatives of the Electric Operations Line of Business. Before joining PG&E, Alejandro was the Director and oversaw the operations of the San Jose, San Francisco and Fresno MBDA Business Centers, a U.S. Department of Commerce initiative.

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