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Powering Southern California for 130+ Years



We’re Southern California Edison

We are also looking ahead to create a 21st century power network that can handle California's changing energy needs. Sophisticated technologies will be delivering electricity more reliably than ever, keeping outages to a minimum, and facilitating our customers' choices in adopting new technologies to generate their own energy and monitoring and controlling their overall usage.

Learn about our Leadership, Corporate Governance, Financials, or watch the video to learn more about us.

Smart Energy

As one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, we deliver power to 15 million people in 50,000 square-miles across central, coastal and Southern California, excluding the City of Los Angeles and some other cities.

Leading the way in energy conservation >
Protecting the environment >

Tools to Manage Electricity Usage

We hear you! These days, families and businesses need more and better ways to monitor and manage energy use. We’re here to help, with incentives like Save Power Days and tools like Budget Assistant, all designed to put more information – and more power – in your hands.

Learn more about Save Power Days >
Meet the Budget Assistant >


Giving Back

We believe that when the community thrives, everyone benefits. That’s why we invest millions of dollars and lots of volunteer manpower in local non-profits. In 2017, our parent company, Edison International, gave $21.8 million to community programs that make a difference in education, the environment, public safety & preparedness, and civic engagement.

How we help build stronger communities >

By the Numbers: Who We Serve

We delivered more than 87 billion kWh of electricity in 2015 and powered a total of

By the Numbers: How We Do It

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

  • 12,635 miles of transmission lines
  • 91,375 miles of distribution lines (less Streetlight miles)
  • 1,433,336 electric poles
  • 720,800 distribution transformers
  • 2,959 substation transformers



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