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.

Power Restored to Long Beach Customers

Power has been restored to all customers in Long Beach and they are now reconnected to the electrical network. Generators that had been serving those remaining customers have been disconnected. Our crews will remain working in Long Beach and we will continue to closely monitor network operations.

We thank you for your patience. 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 especially important safety efforts of first responders in the Long Beach Fire and Police departments. Get the latest update >

Kitchen Appliances: Get a Taste for Savings

Energy-Saving Kitchen Appliances

Kitchen appliances, especially your refrigerator, cooktop, oven, and dishwasher eat up a lot of energy, raising your utility bill. Unless you cook a lot, the relative efficiency of other cooking appliances compared to refrigerators is less critical. Help yourself to real energy savings by choosing energy-efficient products and using less efficient models wisely.

Quick Tips

Refrigerators & Freezers

Your refrigerator gobbles energy 24 hours a day, so choose the most energy-efficient model within your budget.

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Dishwashers

New dishwashers save water—in most cases, using half as much as 10-year-old models.

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Stoves & Ovens

Adjust your cooking habits and savor up to 50% in sweet energy savings.

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Source – Savings estimates based on Energy Star® - Certified model replacing a standard top-freezer model 9top freezer style, 19-21. 4 cubic feet in volume). Assumes Southern California average residential electricity rate of $0.17/kWh.

1 Savings estimates based on ENERGY STAR®-certified model replacing a standard top-freezer model (top-freezer style, 19—21.4 cubic feet in volume). Assumes Southern California average residential electricity rate of $0.17/kWh.