Vice President, Energy Supply and Management
Southern California Edison
Steven Eisenberg is vice president of Energy Supply and Management at Southern California Edison (SCE), responsible for the procurement of conventional power contracts, energy trading and the planning, management and dispatch of SCE’s overall resource portfolio.
Eisenberg joined EMG in 1999 as vice president and associate general counsel. He was promoted to general counsel in 2007 and to senior vice president in 2008. In 2010, Eisenberg assumed responsibility for EMG’s development group and, in that position, he oversaw the grown the EMG’s wind business, the completion of the development of the Walnut Creek project and the formation of Capistrano Wind Partners, a joint venture which attracted equity capital to EMG’s wind business.
During his career at EMG, he has worked on numerous major development and financing projects, including the acquisition of the Homer City Station in Pennsylvania, its initial financing, bond financing and subsequent sale-leaseback arrangements. He also supported the business development and asset management efforts for the Sunrise power generating project, which helped ease the California power crisis in 2000.
Eisenberg also has been a member of EMG’s Investment Committee, responsible for the review and approval of funding requests for project development activities. In that capacity, he worked closely with the development team in connection with the implementation of the company’s renewables growth strategy.
Previously, Eisenberg was a partner at the law firm of Morgan, Lewis and Bockius in Los Angeles. Prior to that, he served as vice president and general counsel for Diamond Energy, Inc., an affiliate of Mitsubishi Corporation, and as an associate at Jones Day, a major international law firm.
He earned a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry from the University of California - Los Angeles, and a law degree, cum laude, from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.
Updated May 2012
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