Wildfire Assistance
If you are impacted by a recent wildfire and in need of assistance, please visit our Disaster Support page. For timely and accurate wildfire status updates and safety resources, please visit the Assistance Center page.
Our response to COVID-19
We’ve made some changes due to COVID-19, including suspending service disconnections for residential and small business customers for nonpayment, and only continuing critical work needed to protect public safety and reduce the risk of wildfires. Learn more here. If you have recently lost your job, even if you are receiving unemployment benefits, you may qualify for a reduced energy rate through our CARE or FERA programs.

Third-Party Demand Response Services

Learn More About Third-Party Demand Response Services

Who is this information for?

This information is intended (1) for entities who wish to take part in Third-Party Demand Response Service (Third-Party DR Service) within the Southern California Edison Company (SCE) service territory, and (2) for SCE Bundled Service customers who wish to participate in Third-Party DR Service within the SCE service territory through a Non-Utility Demand Response Provider (DRP) other than SCE.

What is Third-Party DR Service?

Third-Party DR Service is offered by SCE in connection with markets run by the California Independent System Operator (CAISO), and allows Non-Utility DRPs or SCE Bundled Service retail customers to participate in the CAISO wholesale energy market for compensation by the CAISO in accordance with the market awards and dispatch instructions established by the CAISO.

Third-Party DR Service is subject to the terms and conditions, including dual participation rules, under SCE’s California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved Rule 24.

Customer Participation & Enrollment FAQs

Find information about sharing your data, how to take part in a DR Program, and the process for enrollment. View FAQs

Getting Started

Requirements and Instructions

Non-Utility DRPs enrolling Bundled Service customers must satisfy a complete fulfilment of SCE, CPUC, and CAISO regulatory requirements before the Non-Utility DRP can provide Third-Party DR Services in SCE’s service territory.

General Instructions for registering as a Non-Utility DRP

Access Customer Data

Online Authorization Process


The Online Authorization process is a Customer Information Service Request (CISR) that is in place to fulfill customer-authorized disclosures of data to Non-Utility DRPs. It provides the necessary customer information to Non-Utility DRPs in order to facilitate customer participation in CAISO’s markets.


  • Get secure, automated access to interval usage data* with customer consent.
  • Click Here to start the process by registering to use the Online Authorization Process

Note: After you register as a Non-Utility DRP, you can then create a partnership with another registered Non-Utility DRP. This allows customers to share data with both parties with only one authorization.

For more information regarding how a Non-Utility DRP can revoke access to an online customer data authorization, please contact SCE3rdPartyDRP@sce.com.

For more information regarding the Online Authorization process, please contact csinfogov@sce.com.

Paper CISR-DRP Data Authorization


CISR-DRP Form 14-941 (This manual form authorizes the potential Non-Utility DRP(s) access to customer information in order to fulfill their role as a DRP.)

For more information regarding the paper CISR process, please contact 3rdParty@sce.com


Customer Migration

The Demand Response Auction Mechanism (DRAM) Customer Migration Matrix explains the SCE DR program disenrollment process to avoid dual participation in both an SCE and a Non-Utility DRP-DR program.

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