The Distributed Energy Future
Technology, infrastructure investment, regulatory reforms, and new business models.
San Onofre: Safety, Stewardship and Engagement
Our three core principles and values underlying the decommissioning process.
Upgrading the Electric Grid
Smarter grids and new technology are making power more dependable, safer, and cleaner.
Our Views: Practical Energy Policy for the Future
When it comes to public policy on energy, legislation formed today will exert implications well into the future. While our focus as a company is to safely produce and deliver reliable and affordable electricity, we’re also working to help policymakers create informed, practical public policy for California and our nation, based on a thorough understanding of associated costs and tradeoffs.
"We’re here to engage in open, inclusive discussion about energy policy. Let’s look together at long-term implications and arrive at solid, practical decisions."
-- Theodore (Ted) F. Craver, Jr., chairman, president and CEO, Edison International
Discussing the Distributed Energy Future with “Electric Perspectives” Magazine
The rapid growth of distributed energy resources suggests that they can become a signiﬁcant part of the electric system in just a few years. In this article, we explore the opportunities and challenges that will face electric utilities.