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.

Long Beach Update

As of 4:52 p.m. today, we restored service to all identified customers without service in the Long Beach area. Customers are now receiving electrical service from both electric network or through temporary generators.

Our work crews will continue to make repairs and test the underground network systems, and will start transitioning customers off generators to the electrical network during the evening and morning hours.

When this happens, these customers will experience a short power outage, which could last up to 45 minutes for most. For a couple of customer locations, our representatives will be informing those customers that the outage during the transition period could be longer due to additional operating procedures to safely reconnect them back to the electrical network. These actions are to ensure they are connected back to the network properly and in a safe manner.

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 >

Lighting Your Home for Energy Efficiency

Get Enlightened About Efficiency

Saving money and energy with home lighting can be as easy as screwing in a bulb or opening the blinds. Today’s wide range of affordable and energy-efficient options makes it easy to find the ones that work for you. Make the most of natural daylight, and when the sun goes down choose the right light for the right job.

Quick Tips

Indoor Lighting

Set the mood with dimmers, set it and forget it with timers, and save on indoor lighting energy with both.

Use and Care


Outdoor Lighting

High-intensity discharge lamps are a great outdoor lighting option and use 75% to 90% less energy than incandescent bulbs—that’s intense!1

1U.S. Department of Energy Office of energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy. (2012). High-Intensity Discharge Lighting. Retrieved September 27, 2012, from here.


This program is funded by California utility customers and administered by Southern California Edison under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.