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Powering Southern California for 125+ Years

We’re committed to delivering safe, reliable, affordable electricity – just as we have for more than 125 years. Guided by our core values of integrity, excellence, respect, continuous improvement, and teamwork, we’re powering the present and preparing for the future.

Smart Energy for Today and Tomorrow

As one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, we deliver power to more than 14 million people. Our 50,000 square-mile area spans central, coastal and Southern California, excluding the City of Los Angeles and some other cities. Just like the communities around us, we’re interested in conserving energy, doing our part to protect the environment, and giving back.

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More Power To You: Tools to Manage Electricity Usage

We’re listening to you, and what we’re hearing is that families and businesses want more and better ways to monitor and manage energy use.  From new incentives like Save Power Days to tools like Budget Assistant, it’s all about putting more information – and more power – in your hands.

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Giving Back & Building Stronger Communities

When our communities thrive, everyone benefits. That’s why we invest millions of dollars and lots of volunteer manpower in local non-profits. In 2011, we gave a total of $17 million+ and in 2012, we expanded our grants program with a focus on four core giving areas: education, the environment, public safety and preparedness, and civic engagement.

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By the Numbers: Who We Serve

We delivered 87.34 billion kWh of electricity  in 2011 and powered a total of

  • 14 million+ people 
  • 180 cities
  • 11 counties 
  • 50,000 square miles of service area 
  • 5,000 large businesses 
  • 280,000 small businesses

By the Numbers: How We Do It

To deliver power safely, reliably and affordably, we monitor and maintain a vast electricity system:

  • 1.5 million+ electric poles
  • 700,000+ transformers
  • 55,000+ distribution switches
  • 88,000+ miles of distribution lines