How to Submit a Claim to SCE

If you have suffered a loss or damage due to recent service interruption, and believe we may be responsible, you may submit a claim. How to submit your claim >

We investigate and evaluate each claim individually, and our policy is to respond promptly.

Long Beach Update

As of 9:13 a.m. today, power has been restored to all customers in Long Beach, however some customers who have been on generator power may experience temporary outages as we connect them to the network as safely as possible.

We thank customers for their patience as we work to restore them to the network as safely and efficiently as possible. We encourage customers in Long Beach to make every effort to conserve use of electricity as we continue to return the system to its full operational capacity.

We have opened our distribution center at 925 Locust at 8 a.m. today to distribute food, ice and water. 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 especially important safety efforts of first responders in the Long Beach Fire and Police departments. Get the latest update >

Among the Nation’s Leading Utilities for Renewable Energy

Our Renewable Power Summary for 2014

Renewable power plays an important role in California's cleaner energy future. In 2014, we delivered approximately 17.7 billion kWh of renewable power – or about 23.5 percent of all the electricity we delivered that year.

  CAPACITY
(MW)
DELIVERED IN 2014
(GWh)
PERCENTAGE OF
OUR RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO (%)
Geothermal 951 6,828 39%
Wind 3,383 7,458 42%
Biomass 86 449 2%
Solar 1,605 2,692 15%
Small Hydro 180 304 2%
Total 6,205 17,731 100%

Renewable Power for Southern California

Wind farms and solar plants typically are located in remote areas, far from where most of us live and work. To deliver wind and solar power to Southern California homes and businesses, our infrastructure must be expanded and upgraded.  Our Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project is the nation’s largest wind energy delivery infrastructure, and it’s one of many strategic investments we’re making to provide more renewable power.

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Expanding Infrastructure for Renewable Power

Solar Power on Warehouse Rooftops

Our innovative Rooftop Solar Program – the nation’s largest advanced solar photovoltaic project – is generating cleaner renewable power in an environmentally sustainable fashion. By positioning solar stations on the roofs of existing warehouses in sunny, inland areas, we are putting otherwise-unused rooftops to good use. The program is designed to generate as much as 220 megawatts DC of solar power with rooftop and ground mounted photovoltaic panels, both by us and by independent power producers.

Helping Californians Go Solar

We’re among the nation’s leading utilities when it comes to helping households and businesses go solar. In fact, we’re connecting a new solar customer every 15 minutes—for a total of more than 34,000 in 2014 alone. Since the California Solar Initiative began in 2007, we’ve paid $800 million-plus in rebates to more than 65,000 solar customers.

100+ Years of Clean Hydropower

We have been generating hydro power in the Sierra Nevada Mountains for 100+ years. Big Creek was the first large-scale hydro system in the United States. Today, it generates enough emission-free electricity to power 640,000 homes, and accounts for 20% of the generation capacity we own. We don’t count it toward our renewable portfolio standard goals, though, because California policy does not include power from large hydro plants.