Regulatory Information - SCE Affiliate Notices

Non-Customer Specific, Non-Public Information Offered to Affiliates

Southern California Edison (SCE) will make non-customer specific, non-public information available to its affiliates only if SCE makes that information contemporaneously available to all other service providers on the same terms and conditions. Notice of availability of such information, including relevant terms and conditions of release, will be posted here.

Requests to view information noticed below must be presented in writing to:

Mark McGregor
Manager, Affiliate Compliance Office
Southern California Edison Company
2244 Walnut Grove
Rosemead, California 91770

4/17/18

On April 16, 2018, a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently sent an email to an employee of an SCE affiliate that included a list of SCE suppliers..

2/22/18

On February 14, 2018, a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently sent an email containing information regarding the activities at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station to an employee of an SCE affiliate.

11/7/16

On October 17, 2016 a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently sent an email that included an assessment of 2016 EIX goals which included non-public SCE information to an employee of an SCE affiliate.

4/19/16

On April 19, 2016 a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently sent an email that included non-public information regarding capital expenditure forecasts to an employee of an SCE affiliate.

8/20/15

On August 20, 2015 an Edison International (EIX) employee inadvertently sent an email that included non-public SCE information to an employee at an SCE affiliate. The message included a summary of a joint meeting involving employees of EIX, SCE and a third party.

8/21/13

On August 21, 2013 a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently sent an email that included non-public information regarding an invoice for Reliability Services cost billings to an employee of an SCE affiliate.

2/19/13

On February 15, 2013 a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently sent an email that included non-public information regarding an ongoing FERC audit to an employee of an SCE affiliate.

02/07/13

On January 25, 2013 a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently sent an email that included non-production Information Technology (IT) system testing data to employees of an SCE affiliate.

10/3/2012

On October 1, 2012, Southern California Edison provided non-public utility information regarding construction schedules and current operating performance for three SCE owned solar projects to an affiliate.

9/12/2012

On Tuesday September 11, 2012, a Southern California Edison (SCE) employee inadvertently sent to an employee of an affiliate an email that discussed SCE's negotiation strategy with a different, affiliate generator. The mistake occurred because the employee of the affiliate and the intended recipient at SCE share the same first and last name.

8/20/2012

On Thursday, August 16, 2012, a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently disclosed a Workers Comp new incident report to an Edison Mission Energy employee.

5/22/2012

On May 21, 2012, a Southern California Edison employee disclosed certain generalized but non-public information regarding SCE's nuclear generation to senior financial employees of Edison Mission Group.

5/14/2012

On Monday, November 21, 2011 an SCE employee included a PowerPoint presentation regarding budget forecasts for SCE's Business Customer Division in an email to Edison Mission Group employees.

11/07/2011

On Friday, November 4, 2011 an SCE employee included high level, summary information regarding the current status of SCE's telecommunications business in an email to an Edison Mission Group employee.

10/04/2011

On the evening of Thursday, September 29, 2011, an employee of SCE inadvertently emailed an incorrect attachment of negotiated contractual terms with a third party to eight employees at one of SCE's Class A affiliates. SCE quickly learned of the error and instructed all affiliate recipients to delete the email and attachment, which was completed with written confirmation by all recipients.

07/08/2011

At a meeting of executive management of Edison International and its subsidiaries on July 8, 2011, a presentation was made that included information related to SCE's future objectives, challenges and opportunities. This information can be obtained by contacting Zach Buhler at (626) 302-4813.

06/09/2011

On June 9, 2011, a Southern California Edison (SCE) employee inadvertently emailed SCE's negotiating position regarding Kern River Cogeneration Company's (KRCC's) contract extension to an attorney that represents KRCC. This information can be obtained by contacting Zach Buhler at (626) 302-4813.

01/04/2010

On January 4, 2010, a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently emailed a document providing an overview of SCE's minimum purchase obligations at APS Four Corners to an employee of Edison Mission Group (EMG). This information can be obtained by contacting Zach Buhler at (626) 302-4813.

10/29/2009

On October 29, 2009, a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently emailed a document providing an overview of Edison Carrier Solutions to an employee of Edison Mission Group (EMG). This information can be obtained by contacting Zach Buhler at (626) 302-4813.

7/28/09

At a meeting of executive management of Edison International and its subsidiaries on July 28, 2009, a presentation was made that included information about SCE's future objectives, challenges and opportunities. Additional presentations included information about electric transportation and electric storage.

5/13/09

On May 13, 2009, a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently emailed a draft presentation regarding anticipated projects in SCE's Power Procurement Business Unit (PPBU) to an employee of Edison Mission Group (EMG) in Boston. This information can be obtained by contacting Zach Buhler at (626) 302-4813.

4/16/08

On April 16, 2008, a consultant for Southern California Edison inadvertently emailed a draft boiler and machinery survey report for SCE's Mountainview Power Plant to two employees of Edison Mission Energy. This information can be obtained by contacting George Couts at (626) 302-6568.

1/4/08

On January 3, 2008, a Southern California Edison employee improperly disclosed a Planned Outage Schedule affecting SCE customers for January 9, 2008 to several Edison Mission Energy (EME) employees. This information can be obtained by contacting Randy Lisbin at (626) 302-2088.

4/23/07

On May 23, 2007, a Southern California Edison employee inadvertently disclosed SCE's Spring 2007 forecast of annual peak demand to three employees of Edison Mission Energy. This information can be obtained by contacting Robyn Lee Marnell at (626) 302-6888.