We’ve been delivering safe, affordable, reliable electricity for well over a century.
Representing a mix of ethnic backgrounds, generational ties, gender, and life experiences, our leadership team offers a broad array of perspectives and strategic insights.
Edison International's call to action for utilities, governments and communities to invest now in a climate-resilient electric grid and other critical infrastructure, based on findings from SCE’s Climate Adaptation Vulnerability Assessment.
Edison International’s policy recommendations for meeting 2030 emissions reduction goals: decarbonizing the power supply; preparing the grid for shifts in usage and increasing demands; and electrifying transportation and buildings, including increasing efficiency.
SCE’s vision of the future electric grid – to enable efficient integration of clean resources, support customer adoption of new technologies and ensure climate adaptation and resilience.
SCE’s 2019 data-driven analysis of the steps that California must take to meet the 2045 goals to clean our electricity grid and reach carbon neutrality.
The Clean Energy Access Working Group was launched through a groundbreaking partnership to help ensure no community is left behind as we move toward a clean energy future.
At San Onofre, the long and complex decommissioning process will be guided by three core principles.
Meeting California's ambitious greenhouse gas emission reduction goals will require a significant electrification of homes and other buildings.
As fuel for transportation, electricity makes sense.
We're modernizing the grid to support California's transition to a clean and sustainable future.
We're developing and implementing cutting-edge cybersecurity technologies to secure the electricity grid and protect customer data.
We are using battery energy storage to help create a cleaner, more resilient grid.
Our utility, Southern California Edison, is working to incorporate more clean energy into the grid every day.
We're examining whether renewable energy and other cleaner sources can help lessen the need for new power plants in California.
We're making a difference in the community by partnering with local nonprofits that have programs focused on education, the environment, public safety & emergency preparedness, and civic engagement.
The Lineworker Scholarship Program provides opportunities for a diverse range of people to become SCE lineworkers.
Our employees are known for their volunteerism, from cleaning beaches to feeding the homeless.
Catalina ribbon-cutting (l-r); Assembly member Patrick O’Donnell; Avalon Mayor Ann Marshall; L.A. County Supervisor Don Knabe; Greg Ferree, SCE vice president, Distribution; Avalon City Councilman Joe Sampson; Donna Carolos, representing U.S. Rep. Alan Lowenthal; Avalon City Councilman Richard Hernandez; Avalon City Councilwoman Conde MacGugan-Cassidy; and Jim Luttjohan, president and CEO of the Catalina Island Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau.
Greg Ferree, SCE vice president, Distribution, speaks at the Catalina ribbon-cutting.
December 30, 2009 - A bird traverses SCE's environmental restoration project located at the San Dieguito Lagoon.
December 30, 2009 - A bird of prey perches at SCE's environmental restoration project located at the San Dieguito Lagoon.
April 11, 2006 - A home in SCE's service territory is fitted with solar panels.
November 7, 2008 - An underwater view of the canopy growing at SCE's artificial reef project located off the coast of San Clemente.
August 7, 2009 - The kelp forest at SCE's artificial reef project located at Wheeler North Reef wades in the current.
Camp Edison is turning 50 this year and celebrations are planned throughout the summer.
Richard Bagley is the current manager at Camp Edison and is helping oversee the campsite's 50th anniversary celebrations.
Edison Energy and its subsidiaries are not the same company as Southern California Edison, the utility, and they are not regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission.