Our companies include one of the nation’s largest electric utilities and providers of industrial and commercial energy services nationwide.
About Edison International’s Companies
Southern California Edison
Our subsidiary SCE is one of the largest electric utilities in the United States and a longtime leader in renewable energy and energy efficiency. With headquarters in Rosemead, Calif., SCE serves more than 14 million people in a 50,000 square-mile area of central, coastal and Southern California. SCE has provided electric service in the region for more than 125 years.
Did You Know?
- SCE maintains grid assets valued at more than $20 billion, including 1.4 million power poles, 700,000 transformers and 103,000 miles of distribution and transmission lines.
- In the past 5 years, SCE’s energy efficiency programs have helped customers save enough energy to power 1.2 million homes for a year.
- SCE delivered approximately 15 billion kilowatt-hours of renewable power to its customers in 2012. That’s nearly 20 percent of all the electricity delivered that year -- and more than any other U.S. utility.
Our subsidiary Edison Energy provides new products and services in an ever-changing energy marketplace, and invests in and partners with technology leaders in the energy space. Edison Energy’s goal is to build on Edison International’s core strengths to provide commercial and industrial customers with a range of energy services including power management and electric transportation. Edison Energy operations are completely independent of and unconnected to Southern California Edison.
SoCore Energy is a market leader in commercial and industrial solar portfolio development. With hundreds of solar solutions designed and installed across 19 states, SoCore offers multisite retailers, REITs and industrial companies portfolio-wide solar solutions that provide energy cost savings and carbon reduction opportunities. As a wholly owned indirect subsidiary of Edison International, SoCore combines Edison’s Fortune 500 stability with entrepreneurial creativity in order to provide energy solutions that our customers genuinely want and need.
Edison Transmission, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Edison Energy, will pursue competitive electric transmission projects nationwide. This business intends to sponsor, develop, own, operate and maintain transmission projects that will enhance the reliability of regional transmission systems and provide for the delivery of energy from renewable generation projects.
Clean Power Finance
Recognizing the rapidly growing demand for solar power, Edison Energy is a minority investor in this leading financial services and software provider, which serves the solar industry and capital markets.
Optimum Energy provides optimization solutions for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to large, multi-site corporations. Through Edison Energy’s minority investment we’re working with a fast-growing company that provides key energy services to commercial and industrial customers.
Edison Energy is a minority investor in this leading manufacturer of electric-drive buses and zero-emission commercial vehicles. Proterra’s products help transit agencies deliver clean, quiet, rider- and neighborhood-friendly vehicles that also meet government regulations and local mandates, and establish it as the first company to deliver a full-size transit vehicle that meets California’s Zero Emission Bus Rules. Proterra is based in Greenville, S.C.
SCIenergy integrates technology, service providers, and capital markets to transform how building owners and occupants interact with energy. Edison Energy's minority investment will help SCIenergy develop the first Energy-Infrastructure-as-a-Service integrated platform, combining cloud-based software and project capital, to drive the mass deployment of comprehensive energy solutions in large buildings.
Edison Mission Energy
Founded in 1986, Edison Mission Energy developed and operated a portfolio of renewable and conventional generating facilities. In April 2014, substantially all of EME's assets were sold to NRG Energy.