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$1.2 Million Edison Scholars Program 2021 Application Period Begins

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ROSEMEAD, Calif., /3BL Media/ — High school seniors whose dreams are to power the future and make a difference through the study of science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) are invited to apply for Edison International’s $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program.

SCE Funds 'Critical Aerial Support' for Daytime, Nighttime Firefighting

Partnership with the Orange County Fire Authority and Coulson Aviation brings the world’s largest fire helicopter to SCE’s service area.
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by Ron Gales

Capt. Greg Barta of the Orange County Fire Authority has been on the front lines of firefighting for 13 years. He has one word to describe the 2020 fire season to date: “Explosive.”

IBEW Local 47 Members, SCE Employees Help Feed Those in Need

IBEW Local 47 is sponsoring members who take part in various food distribution events held throughout SoCal by the LA Fed and Labor Community Services of Los Angeles.
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by Caroline Aoyagi-Stom

As Robert Madrigal lifted the heavy food donation boxes into a car recently at Long Beach City College, he could see the long line of vehicles waiting in the drive-through line stretching back almost to the nearby freeway.

Edison International 2019 Sustainability Report: Diversity and Inclusion

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Our success as a company is rooted in the work of our people. We’re building a culture where everyone is encouraged to bring their whole self to work and where our teams are empowered to innovate today for the challenges of tomorrow.

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Our success as a company is rooted in the work of our people. We’re building a culture where everyone is encouraged to bring their whole self to work and where our teams are empowered to innovate today for the challenges of tomorrow.

Edison International 2019 Sustainability Report: Accelerating a Clean Energy Future

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Our vision is to lead the transformation of the electric power industry, focusing on opportunities in clean energy, efficient electrification, grid of the future and customer choice.

GOAL
Deliver 100% carbon-free power to customers by 2045

  • 2030 80% carbon-free1
  • 2045 100% carbon-free

OUR STRATEGY

Edison International 2019 Sustainability Report: Clean Energy

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At SCE, we’re committed to one of the most aggressive carbonfree power targets in the U.S. utility industry. At Edison Energy,we partner with large energy users, identifying solutions to help them reduce their carbon footprints and reach their own sustainability goals.

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At SCE, we’re committed to one of the most aggressive carbonfree power targets in the U.S. utility industry. At Edison Energy,we partner with large energy users, identifying solutions to help them reduce their carbon footprints and reach their own sustainability goals.

Edison International 2019 Sustainability Report: Company Overview

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At Edison International (NYSE:EIX), our vision is to lead the transformation of the electric power industry toward a clean energy future. 

ESG Report: Edison International Reaches Nearly 50% of Its 2045 Carbon-Free Energy Goal, Increases Workforce Diversity and Helps Fortune 50 Companies Reduce Emissions

Company’s response to COVID-19 provides relief to affected households while wildfire prevention work continues
Press Release

ROSEMEAD, Calif., June 15, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Edison International published its 2019 Sustainability Report on the company’s achievements toward a sweeping set of measurable goals related to clean energy, transportation electrification, diversity and inclusion, and safety, while emphasizing its commitment to providing customers safe, reliable, affordable and clean electricity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Battery Storage Incentives Available for Customers in High Fire Risk Areas

The reduction of in-person processes makes battery storage installations easier for SCE customers during COVID-19 restrictions.
Blog

During California’s stay-at-home order in response to the COVID-19 emergency, many things have changed. One thing hasn’t: the need for critical work to prepare for the threat of wildfires.

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