A clean energy future starts with clean electricity. At SCE, we’re charting a path toward an 80% carbon-free electricity supply by 2030, supported by energy storage. At Edison Energy,* we’re helping the largest energy users meet their renewable energy and sustainability goals.
SCE is a national leader in clean energy and delivers power with only half of the GHG emissions per unit of electricity compared to the estimated U.S. average. In 2018, 46% of electricity that SCE delivered to customers came from carbon-free resources,1 more than halfway to the 80% we estimate is needed by 2030 to meet California’s climate change goals.
At Edison International, our vision is to lead the transformation of the electric power industry toward a clean energy future. Through our subsidiaries, we distribute and generate electric power, as well as provide energy services and technologies, including renewable energy. Headquartered in Rosemead, California, Edison International is the parent company of Southern California Edison (SCE), one of the nation’s largest electric utilities.
Are you hosting friends or family for the next big TV watch party or a just-for-fun celebration? Whatever the reason, hosting can be costly, but your energy bill doesn’t have to go up as well.
Start by making a few tweaks to how you use appliances in your home. Simple adjustments, such as avoiding vampire power or updating lighting to more energy-efficient options, can help you save big on monthly bills.
SCE’s Clean Fuel Rewards rebates program provides customers with an added incentive to drive green in 2019.
This article was originally published on the Edison International Energized blog, written by Julia Roether.
Drivers have more electric vehicle choices than ever. And, the number of choices is growing. At the Los Angeles Auto Show, more than 30 EV models were shown, including a pickup truck and SUVs. On top of more vehicle choices with longer driving ranges, driving an EV is about to become even more affordable.
Automakers encourage the utility to keep building charging infrastructure and educating the public about EVs at Veloz forum.
Building infrastructure for charging electric vehicles and educating customers about EVs are two key things electric utilities should be doing to help accelerate the adoption of electric cars in California, according to automakers who joined Southern California Edison President Ron Nichols in a recent panel discussion.