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

As of 4:30 a.m. Saturday, we have restored service to approximately 190 of the 260 customers that were without service by connecting generators. We are continuing to place generators in areas that do not have power and expect to have all customers restored to service by Saturday afternoon. SCE will re-open its distribution center at Cesar Chavez community center at 8 a.m. Saturday to distribute ice and water. There are currently 10 generators in place serving businesses and residents. As the underground network system is restored, we will transition these customers off the generators. When this happens, they will experience a short power outage, which could last up to 45 minutes. 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. 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 >

San Joaquin Cross Valley Loop Transmission Project

Delivering Clean, Hydroelectric Power to the Southern San Joaquin Valley

As one of the fastest-growing regions in California, Tulare County needs greater capacity for power transmission. This transmission project is designed to deliver cleaner, hydroelectric power from our Big Creek facilities to areas in the Southern San Joaquin Valley where demand on the rise.

Neighboring Communities

Tulare, Visalia, Hanford, Exeter, Farmersville, Woodlake, and surrounding areas of Tulare and Kings counties

Project Details

The San Joaquin Cross Valley Loop project will upgrade existing transmission lines to meet increased demand for electricity in the southern San Joaquin Valley.


Project is complete. The San Joaquin Cross Valley Loop Project was energized in November 2014. Restoration activities and biological surveys are currently being conducted.

Project Timeline

  • July, 2010: Project approved by CPUC
  • 2010 to 2012: Environmental and land surveys for final engineering of project
  • March, 2012: Construction of laydown yards
  • July, 2012 : Start of site preparation in existing north-south transmission corridor
  • August, 2012:Start demolition of existing towers and rebuild as double circuit 220 kV line
  • Ongoing demolition of existing structures and installation of new structures in the existing (North-South) transmission corridor.
  • 2nd Quarter 2013: anticipate installation of new structures in the new (East-West) transmission corridor

Contact Information

If you have questions about this project, please call our toll-free project hotline at 1-866-521-8881 or contact our local staff.

William Delain
Region Manager

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