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SCE to Host Groundbreaking Research Hub for Electric Truck Technologies

The lab’s goal is a zero-emission transformation of California’s truck fleet.

by Eliza Gano, Energized by Edison Writer

Imagine going for a walk in a neighborhood along the 10, 110 or 710 freeways and breathing in cleaner air. That’s the goal of a new project hosted by Southern California Edison that seeks to reduce diesel truck emissions along some of California’s busiest highways.

Clean Energy New Year's Resolutions You Can Start Today


By Shulie Tornel

You don’t have to wait until the new year to start thinking about your resolutions. Southern California Edison is encouraging you to make clean air and sustainability a priority in 2022.

No Ordinary Race, No Ordinary Runner

Two years after cancer recurrence and a liver transplant, SCE’s Phil Shin completes the 2021 Boston Marathon.

By Gabriela Ornelas

As Phil Shin willed himself to ascend Heartbreak Hill, focusing on putting one foot in front of the other as he had for more than 20 miles, he could feel his body protest the nearly six miles left to reach October’s Boston Marathon finish line. As easy as it was to start, it would be just as easy to stop.

SCE Files Bold Plan to Accelerate Transition to Healthier, Clean Energy Homes

Building electrification plan will reduce greenhouse gas emissions to help meet California’s carbon neutrality goals
Press Release

ROSEMEAD, Calif., January 4, 2022 /3BL Media/ — Southern California Edison, a leader in the transformation of the energy sector, is proposing to create healthier, clean energy homes and businesses by reducing the use of carbon-emitting fossil fuels in buildings through the installation of about 250,000 electric heat pumps across its service area.

SCE Quadruples Rebate Offer for Pre-Owned EVs

Income-qualified residential customers can receive $4,000 to lease or purchase an electric car.

By Paul Griffo, Energized by Edison Writer @SCE_PaulG

Southern California Edison announced that it is offering a $4,000 rebate to income-qualified customers who buy or lease pre-owned electric vehicles.

Construction Begins at Charge Ready Schools Site


by Paul Griffo, Energized by Edison Writer

Cathedral City High School is the first school to benefit from a state-approved $10 million Southern California Edison pilot to provide electric vehicle charging stations, including all necessary electrical infrastructure, to K-12 schools within the utility’s service area. Construction began recently to install 12 chargers at the school.

The Eyes and Ears of Southern California Edison

For 365 days a year, the utility’s Watch Office provides 24/7 real-time situational awareness and is a critical first line of defense against unfolding emergencies.

At any given time of the year, day and night, a small and vigilant team keeps their eyes peeled — watching, monitoring and tracking Southern California Edison’s 50,000-square-mile service area.

Nonprofits Seek Equitable Technology Access

Edison International partners with nonprofits to support efforts in Long Beach to build bridges across the digital divide.

Doris Robinson was preparing to retire after a career as a school administrator. One call from her good friend who ran a nonprofit dedicated to helping young, Black men prepare and apply for college changed all that. 

“We wanted to keep these young men away from falling into bad habits,” said Robinson. “We wanted to create a paradigm shift and show them what was possible by continuing their education.”

Making the Electric Grid More Resilient to Extreme Weather


Though it may seem that summer just ended, Southern California Edison is already looking ahead to next summer. The company is working to increase grid reliability by installing battery storage at three strategically located SCE substations. The batteries can store about 535 megawatts of energy, equal to 2,150 megawatt-hours, which is enough energy to power about 600,000 households for four hours.

COP26: The Climate Has No Borders

Edison International talks clean energy transformation as world leaders gather at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.

Climate change is accelerating globally. Californians experience its effects with increased drought and wildfires, which are now more intense, frequent and unpredictable.


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