Committed to Corporate Responsibility
At Southern California Edison we focus every day on meeting our commitments to our customers, our employees, our investors, the communities we serve, and the environment.
We are committed to safely delivering reliable and affordable electricity in a responsible manner. We know that our customers rely on us to get it right, and we must earn public trust and confidence daily. This requires a continued focus on operational and service excellence. At SCE, corporate responsibility and personal responsibility are the foundation from which we operate our business — and the heart of operational and service excellence.
Our company has been in the electric utility business for more than 125 years. Over that time, there have been dramatic changes in our communities and at SCE. Our industry is entering an era of increasing change, driven in part by public policies, advanced technologies, and the need to replace aging infrastructure. We are committed to working collaboratively with all stakeholders, including customers and public officials at all levels, to implement public policies in the most cost-effective manner.
Guided by our core values of integrity, excellence, respect, continuous improvement, and teamwork, we are preparing wisely for the future in addition to taking care of day-to-day operations. This means investing billions of dollars in critical energy infrastructure to continue to provide reliable service. Although it requires significant capital investment, the good news is that our electric system is getting cleaner, smarter and more secure.
A subsidiary of Edison International (NYSE: EIX), SCE is an investor-owned public utility that supplies electricity to an area of approximately 50,000 square miles in Central, Coastal and Southern California with a population of nearly 14 million people. As of December 31, 2013, SCE had:
- 13,599 full-time employees
- Approx. 5 million customer accounts
- Total sales of 87,397 million kilowatt-hours
- Total operating revenue of $12.5 billion
- Net income of $900 million
- Total assets of $46 billion
In December 2013, Edison International announced the tenth consecutive annual increase in its common stock dividend to $1.42 per share in 2014. Learn more about Edison International’s financial performance.