Cómo presentar un reclamo a SCE

Si has sufrido una pérdida o daño a causa de la reciente interrupción al servicio eléctrico y crees que podríamos ser responsables, puedes presentar un reclamo. Cómo presentar tu reclamo >

Investigamos y evaluamos cada reclamo por separado, y nuestra norma es responder inmediatamente.

Long Beach Update

At this time, the majority of customers have been restored. A plan has been developed to assess and temperature test the underground system in downtown Long Beach. Crews will perform these inspections throughout the city and unless we discover additional problems, we anticipate having everyone’s service restored by 6 p.m. The safety of the public and our crews remain our highest priority. We thank the city of Long Beach for its cooperation and for the safety efforts of first responders in the Long Beach Fire and Police departments. Get the latest update >

Committed to Protecting the Environment

From how we operate today to how we plan for the future, we are committed to protecting the environment as we deliver reliable, affordable power. Over the years, we have engaged millions of Californians in conserving electricity through energy efficiency programs — resulting in lower emissions and improved air quality. We have long been a national leader in renewable power, and today we’re delivering more renewable power than ever — in fact, more than any other utility nationwide.

 

Renewable Power

From helping you go solar at home, to expanding infrastructure so we can deliver you more renewable wind and solar power, we’re committed to a cleaner energy future for California.


Air & Water Quality

California is deeply committed to improved air and water quality, and so are we.


Helping Our Customers Save Energy, Save Money, and Help the Environment

SCE administers one of the nation’s largest portfolios of energy efficiency programs and services that help our customers to save energy and money. During the past five years SCE has partnered with our customers to save nearly 7.6 billion kWh, enough energy to power over 1.1 million homes for a year. These savings reduce GHG emissions by 3.2 million metric tons, the equivalent of removing 684,000 cars from the road.