The company makes a commitment to pursue the development of more than 50,000 electric vehicle charge ports in its service territory by 2025.
Corporate and government leaders from across the globe gathered in San Francisco recently for the Global Climate Action Summit, an event to promote the sharing of ideas and strategies for curbing greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change.
For Edison International, the summit provided myriad opportunities to introduce an international audience to the company’s vision for a clean energy future and show how that vision can be realized.
SCE has been helping take the mystery out of going solar for 20 years.
In 1998, Southern California Edison started connecting its first home solar customers to the electric grid. And, as the cost of solar panels goes down, more people are making the move to solar. Naturally, many of them have questions. Below are answers to five of the most commonly asked questions about going solar.
1. What are the benefits of going solar?
Solar energy can help reduce your monthly electric bill. It also helps clean our air and environment.
Dozens of brewers learn clean energy tips at SCE’s Foodservice Technology Center workshop
College campuses often have a local pub that students like to hang out at and for Cal Poly Pomona it’s Innovation Brew Works. But unlike other campus bars, the beers served here are all made by the students or recent graduates themselves.
A new display shows a variety of materials and techniques for builders to use to meet the state’s new energy-efficiency residential construction standards
Over the years, much has been done to improve the energy efficiency of refrigerators, washers and dryers and other home appliances, but California is now focusing on a bigger target — the construction of the house itself.
In 2020, new state standards will take effect with a goal that future residential construction will be zero net energy — housing that produces about the same amount of renewable energy over a year as it consumes.